Windows 10: Help: Windows 10 won't shut down - I run out of solutions :(
I'm hoping someone else can explain why the Power Management tab is missing. I am running Intel's version 18.104.22.1687 that may have come from either Windows 10's setup or Windows Update. I didn't install this version on my own.
yes - that's the newest Bios Asus offers.
It should be there, but have you looked elsewhere, in device manager, for that option?
Don't know if this is any help but I've been having the same problem for a few days and couldn't sort it out like you using the main switch off button which I wasn't happy about. I've looked at a lot of Google responses until I came to one about CCleaner which I've had for years, this then reminded of its useful Registry Cleaner panel so clicked on "Scan for issues" which showed a long list of things needing fixing none of which meant anything.
Clicked on "Shut Down" as usual and it switched off in about 4 seconds !! Worth a try if nothing else I think, go for the free version which I use....
I just recently did a clean install of 10 on my Pavilion x360. Had the issue pop-up again, so I tried the latest IME drivers that HP listed on their website, and it seemed to have fixed the issue.
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