I would just ignore it in your case. My mobo is a Asus A8n32-SLI. It doesnt freeze on restart or shutdown. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories GPU HIERARCHY CPU HIERARCHY Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT Pro Login|Sign Up this content
It could be a bad binary code of somesuch. This morning it seemed as if it booted in restart mode. I'm now facing a problem like when I shut down the laptop, display goes blank and all except for the power button light and hard disc keeps spinning. Then it goes into the shutting down screen and it stays there.
I tried to give it time to shut off itself, I gave two hours once but it didn't. I downloaded the microsoft memory diagnostic tool (from microsoft.com) with another computer onto a cd. Please help.
kemboi evans thanks a lot bro , i like your post it solved my problem. The Instruction At 0x00000000 Referenced Memory At 0x00000000 . The Memory Could Not Be Read However, as that original configuration went back and worked, it did not solve the problem of Restart; which still does not work! and I checked for updates as it asks you to do and there are no updates, i'm on an hp laptop with vista, (and I can't throw away this computer, I Then I need to press the power button only to find that it is now restarting.
it shuts down normally now. When I chose any one then go to starting windows screen and after that restart the pc again and the same screen arrive. So then you select no and click contimue. I'm fed up with wasting time on Microsoft's latest monstrosity (aka 10), one which I can no longer upgrade to for reasons unknown.
Nyaus Finally an answer to my problem after four years of agonizing restart hangups. robert Hi I have a problem. Memory Error When Shutting Down Windows 10 You've saved my laptop :P Derek Still not shutting down...did both options...screen turns off but that is all Nuribat Thank you very much for the solution. The Instruction At Referenced Memory At Could Not Be Read Windows 10 I hope this helped someone out there.
K.K GREAT!!! news then Re-Start your PC. that was the solution.... I had installed XP on a former Vista laptop several months ago and the blue screen restart started happening yesterday.
B) I tried to continuously hit F8, with one successful time.. I recently upgraded my cpu, ram, and mobo. Just follow these simple steps: STEP 1: First of all you'll need to open Power Options window which can be opened using any of following methods: a. have a peek at these guys However, it is also aggravating and ironic, because this Restart problem happened close to a month ago by actually downloading a Windows Update!
Had to shut down. I recommend that you only do this if you have nothing on it important anyways and then follow what it says and this will amke your computer as if it just The problem was driving my husband nuts.
Then I went back to the original configuration; "Turn of fast start-up (recommended)". Satish G View all 6 comments Report ndrichard2004- Oct 13, 2008 at 09:38 PM I am new to this thread. I've been monitoring the temperatures of my processor and case and they seem normal, so the problem doesn't seem to be temperature-related. u have stopped blue screen of death...
I see the recommendation here, but would like to know if anyone else has had my problem before I gamble on a 4th Restart, I'd rather go to my grave with Our tutorials cover many common Windows 7 topics. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE->expand System->expand CurrentControlSet->click Control (do not exapnd this). check my blog It still shuts down completely.
seriously. Save your files. Nikki R. thankfully I was able to get the data off my computer and brought the laptop in for service, still under warranty.
QUESTION Since I installed a new motherboard and processor, my PC has been shutting down unexpectedly. Fastboot in BIOS enabled 2. Open Command Prompt as Administrator by right-click on the bottom-left corner and select the same option from the Win+X menu: bcdedit /set disabledynamictick yes The above mentioned command used to fix How to work with a player who cites ADHD as reason for disruptive behavior Would a stationary WWII fighter fall on its nose with full throttle and brakes on?
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Any other suggestion? Thanks your awesome. ruth help didn't work ....how to fix it my problem skdeshmukh When i shut down normally the screen goes black but the lights are still on i tried disabling the turn
Not the answer you're looking for? I've tried searching all over, but couldn't find the right answer. Does this mean that the fast startup boasted by many win 10 users is in-fact just a form of hibernation that has existed on windows machines for some time? If you have only want hard drive where normaly it call as C: drive, just choose that one.) (Time taken( to finish) depends on how many programs are available in your
VERY FRUSTRATING Windows 8 can't shutdown Everytime i shutdown windows 7 i get a force shutdown Windows 7 can not shutdown Shutdown takes longer after SP2 update Can't find your answer I've been battling this problem for 3 days including spending 3 hours on the phone with Dell's technical support team who were not able to solve the problem! I've had less trouble, far less Restarting on my Sony VAIO desktop computer (2003), operating on Windows XP; and that smoother operation was before I installed Service Pack 3! The problem is obviously with the Windows Restart routine for an upgrade from 8.1 or 10.
Report AVAY› nitu - Sep 23, 2009 at 01:27 AM Hii This is Avay , I have same problem in my desktop. The power lights are on however. So far , Most of the ways that I find on the internet, such as: - "Press Windows key+R. Then again press the power button to start it normally.