Ask a question and give support. Both have yielding no viruses in their scans. Since then, my computer has been unable to shut down without me holding down the power key. Can I assume you know how to get to the tools tab of disk properties on the C: drive? http://webcomputerrepair.com/stuck-on/stuck-on-14352.html
To add, the only things that have appeared in my event log are the critical errors on where I cannot shut down my computer normally. I have had this happen in the past with windows after a power outage. The only options before me have been virus scans using Malware Bytes, and Microsoft Security Essentials. The report will indicated why the system did not shutdown. https://www.eightforums.com/general-support/6166-stuck-shutdown-request-assistance.html
Nov 8, 2013 #5 Chigusa TS Rookie Topic Starter Never mind, it blue screened for an 1/8th of a second, started up, Windows loaded, now faced with a black screen I Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. You may also...
They all share the Event ID 41, Nov 6, 2013 #3 gbhall TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,431 +77 I would suspect after a power outage your disk may have some The same also for the day the power outage occurred. The end of the scan results in a blue screen after waiting for a few minutes to an hour before repeating the cycle. https://community.amd.com/thread/203610 Everything appears normal right up until I use the restart or shutdown option.
There is a single button for Registry cleaning. Nov 9, 2013 #8 Cobalt006 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,777 +242 Your welcome Good luck hope all goes well. Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums Software Windows Today's Posts Windows 7 Computer Stuck At ShutdownScreen ByChigusa · 9 replies Nov 4, 2013 Post New Reply I apologize if this isn't the
Already have an account? https://support.software.dell.com/desktop-authority/kb/128634 I have been unable to complete the rest of the tasks. Avg Scanning And Repairing Drive Stuck At 10 Thirdly, download and run CCleaner without actually doing anything (so it's safe) it would be good to do the registry checks (one by one, not all at once). Checkdisk Mod disk cleanup etc Nov 4, 2013 #2 Chigusa TS Rookie Topic Starter I apologize for the delay in my response, I have not been able to get to my computer
Join the community here, it only takes a minute. check my blog For example Downloaded program files 0 bytes Temporary Internet files 1.49Mb and so on........it's the unusual ones I want to know about. Nov 9, 2013 #9 gbhall TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,431 +77 Yes, sometimes a power outage is fatal to the OS. Services like a shared media player can block the computer from sleeping.
Running a scan disk and so forth got me know where. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. I gave up and reinstalled windows. this content Nov 8, 2013 #7 Chigusa TS Rookie Topic Starter Aye it looks like that's what I have to do.
If you are able to and have a disk of your Os. I have looked around the internet for others who have had similar issues, but none with exactly my issues. Then click the 'check now' button and clear both options so it will run right away and tell you immediately if there are problems or not.
Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now If not we'll carry on after you report back. Join the community here. Not wishing to damage my computer further with using what others had in similar but not exact issues, I halted all progress on repairing the issue.
First off (counter-intuitively) is check the bios is showing what it should - especially the date and time. Any insight and/or assistance would be greatly appreciated. Nov 4, 2013 #1 gbhall TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,431 +77 Nobody can help you until you supply details about which OS version, SP level and hardware you are using, plus http://webcomputerrepair.com/stuck-on/stuck-in-bios-asus.html One way to hardware tests is use another PC to create a bootable CD of a portable Linux, including test programs for HDD and memory at least.
In both cases you will have to start from a recovery bootup command line, and again you might know how to do that. I also suggest your hardware will need a full test.