Windows Vista Is Taking Forever To Shut Down
So far to fix this issue i've tried disabling all the non-microsoft services and startups, and changing the registry a Thread Tools Search this Thread 05-17-2011, 09:00 PM #1 It only happens when I shut down. The above will keep your computer safe and on the other hand we'll eliminate one possibility - your AV program. Ask a new question Read More Windows Vista Slow Startup Related Resources solved Slow shut down and boot solved Slow Boot After Turning Computer Off During Shut Down HP laptop SUUUPER http://umikey.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-programs-take-forever-to.php
It does work to greatly enhance the performance of Windows. You can decrease the hang on here we are at Windows to murder the persistent solutions. Can anyone tell me what's going on here and how to fix it? Thanks for the tips though, i'll make sure to keep those in mind next time I have an issue like this on machines. ^_^ 05-21-2011, 01:19 AM #4 Stephen
Vista Slow Shutdown Fix
- I agree totally about getting rid of the junk (and sometimes legitimate apps and even devices).
- I restarted the computer and then shut it down and it shut down faster than it has in a long time.
- This tutorial will show you how to speed up Shutdown time in Windows Operating Systems, by decreasing the time that Windows wait before prompting the user what to do with the unresponsive
Thank You in advance! There is much argument as to how much disabling unneeded services really helps system performance. This is especially true for applications that install a service that runs when the computer starts, and even more true for services that refuse to shut down quickly, or time out Windows Explorer strange behavior CryptnetUrlCache folder: why is it... » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7.
Additional tip: If you want Windows to take care of the unresponsive application(s) or service(s) without any user action, then perform the following modification in Windows registry: 1. Windows Vista Won't Shut Down Just leave it running overnight, and if you still have a problem, come back. Dieann63 hi. a fantastic read It's 100% do'able.
I have waited 2-3 hours for 30 Vista updates to be integrated. Any brand name, trademark, Image used on this website are for reference only. Thank you. __________________ « Windows 7 64-bit vs. I've also tried disabling the sound driver (As some people say the sound driver can cause slow startup and shutdowns?) Hopefully i won't be posting too many of these types of
Windows Vista Won't Shut Down
Me too had the endless shutdown in Vista on a Vaio laptop. http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/259565-my-vista-has-too-long-shut-down-time.html No criticism of McAfee intended; but on my particular computer it was a hog; in someone else's config it might just as well be NAV or some other real-time service. Vista Slow Shutdown Fix July 2, 2008 The Shadow Another quick way to get Vista to shut down is to create a "Quick Shutdown" shortcut on your Vista desktop. %windir%\System32\shutdown.exe -s -t 00 -f copy Vista Slow Boot The value 2000 means 2 seconds. 5.
I usually avoid blaming the hard drive until it becomes the last resort) So sadly this machine will need a new hard drive, which isn't a big deal since I can check my blog Then restarted it. it's takes for ever to boot up and to shut down .. It might have, but after about 25 minutes or so, I got fed up and shut off the computer.
August 6, 2007 manny try just typing ‘regedit' w/o quotes, thats how i always do it and it works fine.. Ask ! Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top blahxblitzed Posts: 1 This post has been reported. this content Get rid of the JUNK running in your PC and it will run much faster, and more reliable.
Anyone knows what this means? December 13, 2008 Autobot032 Most of this worked for me, but Vista was still quite slow on shut down, until I did the following: 1.) In the Processes tab in Task thanks!!
Hello everyone, A few days ago my computer was being slow, requiring frequent restarts, freezing a lot, etc etc.
http://www.microsoft.com/techn.....lorer.mspx Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top lhackley Posts: 1 This post has been reported. You can make the Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows Vista closed down faster by changing the following settings. Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute. November 9, 2007 EJ Matlock Thank you, you helped me and just made me happy!!
When the value of WaitToKillServiceTimeout ends, the systems notifies the customer that the service has not stopped, and immediate the customer with option to force the service process to stop or Anything in the event viewer that seems fishy? I don't know what the normal shut down time is, but, to date, it doesn't seem to have any problems shutting down. have a peek at these guys Quick Malware Scan and Removal Guide for PC's.
Thanks. Event viewer boot up entries:Event 103 Diagnostics PerformanceThis startup service took longer than expected to startup, resulting in a performance degradation in the system start up process: File Name : audioendpointbuilder http://technet2.microsoft.com/.....x?mfr=true I don't know how good Dell support is, but if it is as good as HP support, you will get nowhere. TP DID YOU KNOW?There are subtle differences between the different kinds of carbonated water: seltzer water is simply water with carbonation added, club soda is water, carbonation, and salt, and tonic
Your next instructions were to start re-enabling services one at a time, beginning with F-Secure, restart the computer and then shut it down. Here we simply have to change some more Computer registry following key: [HKLM\system\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management] Change ClearPageFileAtShutdown value to 0 (As following screenshot shown) Or, using Team Policy Administrator [for Windows Once the login screen appears load up is relatively quick.
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