Can't restart. Re-start circle(?) just goes round and round endlessly

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       #111

    Marie SWE said:
    I use 24h format.. thats why i write 05:00 instead of 5:00 so it can't be misinterpreted to 12h format... or less chance anyway. *lol*
    I'm always doing all nighters..
    I'm living by east coast US time.. so i often joke about i should move to US so i also live in the timezone i actually living in.
    lol. Here in the US, we see 05:00 the same as 5:00. We just think that the zero before the five is unnecessary. haha.
    And I've heard a lot of European people stay up late at night, and sleep during the day. You, and all of the "all nighters", should come to the US. hah. You'll get to hang out with us in the sunshine!
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       #112

    bofhlusr said:
    Bad news.

    After installing the Chipset drivers, which removed the Base System Device error in Device Driver, I'm having both Re-start and Shutdown issues again. I have to press physical buttons on the PC to do a Re-start and a Shutdown.

    This was also after I removed Hibernation which removed 'fast start' (according to the noted Brinks article).

    - - - Updated - - -

    Successfully restored the Dec 2019 disk image. Did some tests. No issue with Re-start and Shutdown.
    Successfully restored the May 2023 disk image (latest) after the above. Re-start and Shutdown issue again.

    The Dec 2019 disk image was for a 512 GB NVMe system drive. Windows Pro version: 1903
    The May 2023 disk image is for a 2 TB NVMe system drive. Windows Pro version: 21H2

    Apparently, it's not a hardware issue.

    Neither is it apparently a software issue also. A Repair Install of Windows did not solve the issues: a software-based Re-start and Shutdown in Windows never completes.
    Sorry for being late to the party.. i should have looked in here yesterday, but i have been fully busy with my own computer crap as i have/had 7 OS's to install only six to go now... so I having a bit of anti-computer-mood as i hate computers.

    So the 2019 disk image works.. Nice Then it is as i expect a OS problem.
    One thing i wonder is.. Why remove Hibernation?
    How do you "remove" hibernation?
    it is "small files" so you dont earn much by removing the hibernation file or pagefile
    In damn i don't remember how it looks like, i have to boot my win10VM..
    Now it has booted... Lets see....
    On the control panel you have Power options.. then (Choose what the power buttons do) and under that one you have (turn on fast startup) (sleep) and (hibernate) Is it there you have disable them?
    If not, un-tick them there so the system understand it is not wanted.. But for the files themself.. I would left them alone unless you only have 5GB free space and can upgrade to a bigger disk.. But as you have a 2TB disk, i have a feeling you don't have low disk-space
    as for swap/pagefile or what it is named.. swap space is good to have even if you have a lot of Ram.
    and that is Control panel -> System -> advanced system settings.. Performance [settings] then the Tab Advanced.. virtual memory change.. then let windows decide and choose the same disk as windows itself is on, or another disk that always is connected... or set it manually to 1024 or 2048 or 4096.
    But it is good to have it active for stability.

    I really need to take my time reading your whole thread as I'm doing assumptions on a few posts i have read... and as my third quote in my signature is about not doing assumptions, i breaking my own rule. *LOL*
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       #113

    pepanee said:
    lol. Here in the US, we see 05:00 the same as 5:00. We just think that the zero before the five is unnecessary. haha.
    And I've heard a lot of European people stay up late at night, and sleep during the day. You, and all of the "all nighters", should come to the US. hah. You'll get to hang out with us in the sunshine!
    and if you had been in the military you had taken 5:00 as am *lol*
    I used to work nights all my life before i got on sick leave.. and my internal clock is on US time as it sounds better then being a night person *LOL*
    So the day i get the chance to visit US, i dont have to worry about Jet-lag at least
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       #114

    Marie SWE said:
    So the day i get the chance to visit US i dont have to worry about Jet-lag at least
    Actually, as a matter of fact, you're going to have to get used to staying up all night and sleeping during the day, just like how you're doing it in Sweden right now. Umm, it's called.. anti-jet lag. Opposite version of Jet Lag. =

    Once, I was in Jet and while we were up in the air, it started to go much slower. It started to lag.
    I turned my head to the right, and told the guy sitting next to me: "Hey, I'm experiencing some Jet Lag."
    He's like: "Oh... me too."
    Then the pilot goes on the intercom and says: "Enjoy the Jet Lag everybody."
    And we all had a good time.
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       #115

    pepanee said:
    That's a much better idea than what I said =)
    Yes, do that.

    I don't remember where the Shut Down / Restart events are listed. I'm sure you remember / can find it easily. You can save the 3 under Windows Logs: Application, Security, System
    just in case.
    Here are the event viewer files from the 2019 disk image:

    Dropbox - Eventviewer.zip - Simplify your life

    And a video:
    Tech troubleshooting demo of Re-start and Shutdown - YouTube

    I hope it helps.
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       #116

    pepanee said:
    Actually, as a matter of fact, you're going to have to get used to staying up all night and sleeping during the day, just like how you're doing it in Sweden right now. Umm, it's called.. anti-jet lag. Opposite version of Jet Lag. =

    Once, I was in Jet and while we were up in the air, it started to go much slower. It started to lag.
    I turned my head to the right, and told the guy sitting next to me: "Hey, I'm experiencing some Jet Lag."
    He's like: "Oh... me too."
    Then the pilot goes on the intercom and says: "Enjoy the Jet Lag everybody."
    And we all had a good time.
    *lol*
    I was referring to, if i then is up during the day to be able to be among the people and do things during the daytime for a change. *lol*
    I have actually never flown across different time zones.. or even a big airplane.. I have only flown in small planes nearby so to speak.
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       #117

    Marie SWE said:
    *lol*
    I was referring to, if i then is up during the day to be able to be among the people and do things during the daytime for a change. *lol*
    I have actually never flown across different time zones.. or even a big airplane.. I have only flown in small planes nearby so to speak.
    I see you use linux. In a previous life I used AIX and Solaris. Nice OSes. But Windows was unavoidable. If you use Windows, you are probably also familiar with WAMP, uWin or WSL If not, might be worth checking out.
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       #118

    bofhlusr said:
    I see you use linux. In a previous life I used AIX and Solaris. Nice OSes. But Windows was unavoidable. If you use Windows, you are probably also familiar with WAMP, uWin or WSL If not, might be worth checking out.
    Yes i use Linux as daily driver, so i only boot in to windows if i need to run software that dont work on linux.
    I just finished one install a few hours ago and posted a picture in the thread Show Us Your Desktop [11]

    Solaris was my first server i had in the 90's.. then i used win2000server, 2003server and then 2008R2.. now I'm running Linux on my server.
    I had never heard of uWin.. windows subsystem for linux is not for me, bare metal is always best for "virtual" solutions on my server i use docker and vmware.. on this desktop(Debian11) i use Qemu to work on my version of making a win10pro image into an win10 LTSC as win10 home/pro sucks in my opinion.
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       #119

    Marie SWE said:
    ...

    So the 2019 disk image works.. Nice Then it is as i expect a OS problem.
    One thing i wonder is.. Why remove Hibernation?
    How do you "remove" hibernation?
    :
    To remove hibernation from the command line: "powercfg -h off"

    I removed hibernationt based on a suggestion from a post in this thread.
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       #120

    bofhlusr said:
    To remove hibernation from the command line: "powercfg -h off"

    I removed hibernationt based on a suggestion from a post in this thread.
    okay.. check those settings about fastboot and hibernation. under Power options.. then (Choose what the power buttons do)
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