Right-click the Start menu and select the Shut down or sign out. Note: Save all your jobs before the shutdown in case missing data.
While playing starcraft II, my computer will randomly turn off out of no where.
If she can shut down in safe mode, then that would mean that something is running that is causing it to reboot.
It isn't the end of the world if the computer won't shut down though either. Another thing is that Windows may be installing updates because she hasn't had it online in quite awhile.
System i7 975 @ 4.16GHz 2x HIS 5970 OC to 900/1200 Auzentech HD Sound Card Ultra X3 1600W PSU 3x 2GB Perfect Storm Ram 1800MHz My PC plays every game out there and stress tests no sweat! Weird stuff unless I'm getting random power surges but why would it only affect this game?
CPU & GPU temps hit the same in other games with no problems.
My system shut down again this morning and I ran this cleaner utility and it found and deleted 55.3 Megabytes of junk files from the registry.
Please tell me what may be the problem and how to rectify it Regards Harini A lot of people here concerned about CPU temperature – yes they DO get hot! Some people here seem to have almost rebuilt their computer to solve this shut-down problem!
However, it has happened to me a number of times lately and here was my cause and my solutions: POSSIBLE CAUSE: I was running Advanced System Care, which apparently runs in the background and continuously scrubs the registry for junk files.
We’ve got the workable solutions for you to fix the “Windows 10 won’t shut down” problem in the following contents.
Firstly, you can try other shutdown methods on your Windows 10 computer to see if the machine can turn off properly. Use shortcut keys Alt F4 for the Shut Down Windows box. Hold the Shift key and click OK to turn off the PC.2. Hold the Shift key and click the Shut down button on the bottom right.4. Type into shutdown /s or shutdown /f and hit the Enter key.