All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. They always come close but the answer skirts the issue. http://community.norton.com/t5/Norton-Online-Family/Massive-Slowdown-Last-Few-Days-Safety-Minder-Windows-7/td-p/813596/page/10 Come on Norton avjohnnie Norton Fighter25 Reg: 16-Sep-2009 Posts: 2,022 Solutions: 46 Kudos: 721 Kudos0 Re: Computer won't shut down properly with NIS2013 Posted: 29-Oct-2012 | 10:07AM • Permalink Saganized LEAVE OUT THE"I"HTH,Paul Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Try this...msconfig...not misconfig. anchor
SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. MCE 2005 is mostly XP Professional, Service Pack 2, with greater abilities with the right hardware to integrate recording and organizing music, videos, and what have you. This is where you will see the option to change what happens when you press the power button on your machine. NIS 2013Windows XP Pro SP3IE8 Gremar Contributor4 Reg: 17-Mar-2011 Posts: 33 Solutions: 1 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Computer won't shut down properly with NIS2013 Posted: 22-Oct-2012 | 7:27AM • Permalink Gretar
I was too eager to fix it, that I forgot to list down what I had installed before and after that.... SOLUTION: Uninstall Nero completely, and keep your eyes open for a new version of the program down the road. (Reference: MSKB 331506.) WITH SP1, DON'T REMOVE SCSI ADAPTER WHILE IN STANDBY. I think what happens is that too much software that you download or install always ends up being in your start menu and uses up RAM so not enough is left Windows 7 Pc Won't Shut Down Saganized Spyware Scolder7 Reg: 02-Jan-2010 Posts: 279 Solutions: 4 Kudos: 38 Kudos0 Re: Computer won't shut down properly with NIS2013 Posted: 25-Sep-2012 | 7:41PM • Permalink Also having the same problem--computer
If the script is on a network share and the connection is no longer available (since authentication has terminated), the script can't run. New Posts Police killed a loose 10-month-old dog Friday at a New Zealand airport... As stated at the beginning, I recommend that, if nothing above resolves your Win XP shutdown problem, try those troubleshooting steps that have worked for Windows 9x operating systems to help https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/pc-wont-shut-down-since-windows-7-upgrade/bd18fed7-5d39-40f4-bd5a-8acad6b3bd26 Removing it can cause serious problems with your Office XP products, but you can effectively disable it by setting the installation state to Not Available in Office XP Setup.
Correspondent Bill Anderson (based on a solution by "Willy") gave a lengthy description of how to do this, edited a little for space reasons. (Thanks also to correspondents Ward from Belgium Why Won T My Computer Shut Down Presto! Remove the Creative card. For example, there were quite a few shutdown issues identified in NT 3.x that didn't survive to NT 4.0.
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Fully shutdown the computer before rebooting. check over here by wtortorici / March 17, 2006 1:47 AM PST In reply to: misconfig doesn't work! Shut downYou have yours set on number 3. Drill down to Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options. Windows 7 Won't Shutdown Or Restart
Things happen. Double-click to expand Universal Serial Bus Controllers. As far as I can tell, the shutdown program fails to operate because of a conflict with one or more of the start up programs running in the background. his comment is here What worked for me was disabling the fast shutdown in the configuration utility.
A friend of mine had a similiar problem with Win2k. Windows 7 Will Not Shut Down If you are STILL having problems, borrow (if you dare) from another computer, or find someone who has a hard drive sitting around (that works), put it in and see if I'm considering a fresh install but I don't relish the idea.
To learn how to get this patch, see MSKB 307274, "Windows XP Stops Responding (Hangs) During Windows Shutdown." The necessary patch is included in Windows XP Service Pack 1, and also The same devices plugged into an Asus A7M-266D dual AMD 2000MP system on the same OS worked without problem.) "Wake on" power settings Power-management settings that have the computer "wake" on wtg oli Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - some thoughts by orange245 / March 17, 2006 6:53 PM PST In reply to: Winning answer to a different question? of Saint Paul, MN Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - computer won't shut down by start button by paullaurence1 / March 16, 2006 8:04 PM PST In reply to:
I'm also still unable to shut the computer down normally (I'm still getting the "ccSvcHost.exe" issue). This is not the appropriate shutdown fix for most machines, but does help some users with Windows shutdown problems, and not just with powerdown issues as one might suspect. At shutdown, the driver tries to run from the same memory space DEP monitors. weblink It isn't clear why this would be the case, but the tip was worth passing along.
Disabling event logging removed the slowdown. Stop 0x7B on restarting means Win XP lost access to the system partition or boot volume during the startup process, due to a bad device driver, boot sector virus, resource conflict, Please note that Terminal Services is required in Windows XP for running Remote Assistance, Fast User Switching, and (in XP Pro) Remote Desktop. can also cause a lot of crazy things to happen.
I was stating the obvious, of course. This will continue to be a problem for the next few months; it already has been reduced to a very minor cause of Win XP shutdown problems. This is why your screen goes blank but your machine is still running. Pick Windows XP in the drop-down list, click Search, take Recommended Updates, and find the "Restarting Windows XP" patch which references Q307274.
peterweb (and BlebNevus and paulmowers), thanks. Processor is an Intel Pentium 4 530 (Dell Dimension 4700). I suppose I'll just stick with NIS 2013 until Norton develops a fix. In the interim, I even tried disabling / killing all the processes i could. Does anyone have a permanent solution for this one? go to the right end of the display and click on the startup page.
Right click on the file and choose Run as Administrator. Then all you need to do is uninstall it and recheck the other programs that you had unchecked. This will relieve all the headaches and it's safe too!