Slow shutdown with event id errors

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  1. Posts : 285
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       #11

    Update, fwiw
    after reinstalling W 10 and then restoring my c: from image backup, things were still not right.

    Exploring, I discovered that was because the drive letters were changed. Based on content my E: became D, H: became E. Don't know where c: went because I had installed the new W 10 on what is now c:. No wonder it wouldn't boot! If I had realized that sooner I might perhaps have solved my problems by booting into something and fixing the drive letter assignments. Weird. Don't know how that could have happened. Glad it's over.
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #12

    Okay but does it shutdown properly? Well done. You literally have to be Sherlock Homes.

    Ken
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  3. FreeBooter's Avatar
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       #13

    With attached batch script Windows can automatically close programs that is not responding during shutdown. Please execute the batch script as a administrator.
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  4. Posts : 285
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       #14

    Caledon Ken said:
    Okay but does it shutdown properly? Well done. You literally have to be Sherlock Homes.

    Ken
    I am still downloading windows and Microsoft updates. Boy is that slow!

    Not Sherlock Holmes but old enough to have been around the block a few times!

    Still has a slow shutdown. Even when I had gone to the clean boot, it was still as slow as previously. (Does tell us something?) I was ignoring shut down problem till everything is updated.
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    FreeBooter said:
    With attached batch script Windows can automatically close programs that is not responding during shutdown. Please execute the batch script as a administrator.
    Thanks. Will download.

    After all is fully updated I will make a full image backup of everything. Then run the batch file. Appreciate your sticking with me. Will the batch file provide a readout of what it had to force close?

    (Btw Ken, the latest recent update for Quicken 2016 fixed the chronic display issues it's had for years).
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  6. FreeBooter's Avatar
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       #16

    Windows OS is the one will prompt you to close programs that are running but with this batch script they will be close automatically.
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  7. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #17

    I'm starting to think this is Windows Fast Start Up or your MB Fast Boot.

    On a clean install it should shutdown normally. Please disable both.

    Ken
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  8. Posts : 285
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       #18

    Caledon Ken said:
    I'm starting to think this is Windows Fast Start Up or your MB Fast Boot.

    On a clean install it should shutdown normally. Please disable both.

    Ken
    What is normally? Is my 60-70 seconds to shutdown normal? Maybe I am making a fuss about nothing.

    Btw, sfc /scannow found no file integrity problems.
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  9. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #19

    That wouldn't bother me as I'm walking away. I guess the fact that Windows is reporting as long tells you something.
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  10. Posts : 285
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       #20

    Hi Ken. I'm still alive, just was busy.

    Just fyi, I downloaded the Windows 10 rescue disk you suggested and I have fresh Macrium image backups of the entire hdd. I am still getting the critical errors on shutdown so I will now look up how to disable Windows Fast Start Up and/or MB Fast Boot and get back to you. If it has to do with accessing the bios settings it make take me some time because although F2 gets me to my laptop's bios settings it does not always work.
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