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Elitebook Folio 9470m Does Not Shot Down After Installation .


Also, my hardware has either been checked by using known good equipment or replaced recently (new battery within the last couple of weeks). Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Give that a try! have a peek here

Creating your account only takes a few minutes. And I don't appear to be able to get the SSD working when it's plugged into the laptops SATA connector. Can I show two sides of a card in one photo? This article has the same conclusion: share|improve this answer answered Jul 23 '12 at 9:33 jpa 1142 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote My EliteBook has the same

Windows 10 Won't Shut Down Completely

Battery is charging now! Others have suggested Auslogic or Piriform; I have not used them but by all accounts they are good products. First I just turned off the laptop and removed and placed back the battery.

But problem appears again time to time. AC adapter is not the original supplied by the manufacturer. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Windows 10 Not Shutting Down 2016 I have a custom Alienware M17x.

Its going to be some software I bet you! –ppumkin May 3 '12 at 16:20 I've the same problem now with a HP ProBook 4710s. Windows 10 Shutting Down Stuck No 100% cpu utilization shouldn't come to picture share|improve this answer answered Jan 26 '13 at 12:04 Selva 112 This seems to have solved my problem. By the way, my laptop is older Fujitsu Lifebook, OS is Win 7 (original OS was XP Media Ctr). Then shut down the laptop immediately.

Then shut down the laptop immediately. Windows 10 Not Shutting Down Completely I actually am quite fond of 7, fond enough that I purchased two copies (alibet before this issue began). Worked for me with a 2 year old battery. By the way, my laptop is older Fujitsu Lifebook, OS is Win 7 (original OS was XP Media Ctr).

Windows 10 Shutting Down Stuck

Here are the steps I went through to get it working: 1) Disconnect AC 2) Shutdown 3) Remove battery 4) Connect AC 5) Startup 6) Under the Batteries category, right-click the Friday, May 18, 2012 3:44 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote For all laptops these days there is three conductor cable that goes from the power supply to Windows 10 Won't Shut Down Completely The status says 13%, charging but never moves and when I unplug the adapter it immediately dies. Windows 10 Shutdown Button Not Working A law against selling any house cheaper than it was bought for, what consequences would that have?

Browse other questions tagged cpu-usage hp-elitebook or ask your own question. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (2) Collapse - Best Answer by otakuhiro / November 29, 2014 4:21 AM PST In reply to: Shut Down frustrations This fixed my problem, when My problem is whatever is in the battery for a controller and how it helps figure out remaining amount of power. Decided not to change it as I don't have a shutdown issue. Windows 10 Shutdown Restarts

by Wrws / October 1, 2016 9:01 PM PDT In reply to: Shut Down frustrations How can i do the set up since my laptop keep shutting down from yesterday morning I too tried the other posters method but only these steps worked right away. using any combination of cable adapters tried, I can't get 2 external monitors to work without them being cloned - laptop will not recognise them as 2 monitors being connected, despite Check This Out I had resolved for it being a hardware issue and was actually searching how I could charge the battery manually.

I only hope that it goes past 75% as Iwas only getting the battery to charge upto 75% with the status plugged in, charging, (even after manual battery calibration). Kb3010668 You will likely need to call Dell to find out who to send or take your computer to for repairs. It was stuck @ 54% plugged in, not charging.

Seems like this problem was appeared on Vista and still not fixed.

Was initially fine.If I'd not been able to fix it it would have gone back but was reluctant to just do that as I'd spent many hours updating,loading programs, configuring wireless My Asus 1201N laptop that has been running Windows 7 Home for 1.5 years and the battery has been working perfectly (still had about 3 hours charge during the day on Friday, September 24, 2010 1:47 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote I too had the same issue, "plugged in, not charging" and here's what I did to resolve Windows 10 Won't Shut Down Just Restarts If any one find another solution or any others information regarding this issue , then it will highly appreciated if he,she told me about.

Any advice is greatly appreciated! Mine was delivered on Dec 16, 2010 and I got the problem on Sunday March 6, 2011. I'm not sure why it won't work with 2 Display Port cables though. What I did notice is that I had TWO (2) Drivers listed under Batteries for "Microsoft ACPI-Compliant Control Method Battery" even though I only have one battery.

Power Start ths task only if the computer is on AC power Stop if the computer switches to battery power You'll probably need to Task Scheduler as administrator to manually remove I'll keep tying Thanks Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (2) Collapse - "Shutdown takes forever" by sdbett / October 6, 2013 3:07 PM PDT In reply to: Shutdown takes forever Hopefully this will help someone else. Oops, something's wrong below.

I don't look forward to the day when they stop supporting Windows 7. As the computer is booting, it will scan and install the driver for that device. You can just about delete everything that comes up. The changes will not be made until the system is restarted.

I found a post on the HP Forum that may be helpful.  Click here.  You will notice in this post that the problem was caused by a discrepancy in the default Shutdown again to see if the problem persists.If it does, well, I would run a system file check. Its worth a look Some Free Tools Thursday, April 07, 2011 11:25 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote You can buy the replacement battery from the website: