Right click on My Computer, click on Properties, click on Advanced, click on settings in the Startup and Recover section, and uncheck the automatically restart in the system failure area. That way, when you get the error message, it will stay on the screen.
Right click This PC->Management->Device Manager. Peripherals
System -> Intel Management Engine Interface -> right click -> Properties -> Drivers.
Check the vehicle owner version if it is 88.
Uninstall Das Driver -> Reboot System (required)
There will probably be several reasons – your computer will not turn off. This can happen due to running an unwanted application in history, corrupted Windows system file drives, possibly Windows updates, etc.
The Hybrid Shutdown (also known as Fast Startup) benefit that is used in Windows 8 and later is one of the main reasons why the Windows Shutdown feature does not shut down normally. It is enabled by default on most laptops and some desktops. Incorrect BIOS and CMOS settings can also cause startup and shutdown problems.
Try changing your video adapter. Contact your hardware manufacturer for BIOS updates. Disable BIOS memory management such as caching or shadow copying. If anyone needs to use safe mode – remove or disable components, reboot the whole computer, press F8 to access advanced startup options, then select “Safe Mode”.
Make sure no third party antivirus program is installed. Any academic antivirus other than Windows Defender is probably technically a third party program.
Close all open public programs. Running programs can interfere with the shutdown process of your computer, so leave all programs and applications open.
Remove many connected devices.
Update your computer.
Option 1: Restart your computer from the Start menu.
Option 2: Restart your computer from the Win+X quick link menu.
Option 3: Restart your computer using the Windows 4 shutdown dialog Alt+F4:
Option to restart the computer from the Ctrl+Alt+Delete screen
Option 5: Restart your computer from the login screen.
Option 6: How to restart the computer from the command line
Use PowerShell to shut down immediately. In Windows search, type powershell and select Windows PowerShell or Windows PowerShell ISE.
At the command prompt, type -s start-sleep ##; shutdown-computer -computername localhost. where -s represents seconds and ## is the exact number of seconds.
To enable the timer on a Windows PC, follow these steps: Press Win + R on your keyboard to open the Run dialog box.
In the new window, type -s shutdown -t XXX. Replace XXX with time to the nearest second.
Click OK to execute the command type. Windows will show you a notification about the upcoming shutdown.
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