I've now updated the OS and IE 6 through about a week ago. Download the Kyro II drivers here. (Tip from MS-MVP Don Lebow.) USB: Keyboard or Mouse + Selective Suspend. You try to shutdown your system and nothing happens for a while, and then a dialog appears telling you that a task won't shut down and you can press End Now How can I fix this problem?Click to expand... http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-2000/windows-2000-won-t-shutdown-restart.html
If you still have questions, then by all means post them in the General Questions Forum. Join our site today to ask your question. If the script is on a network share and the connection is no longer available (since authentication has terminated), the script can’t run. now it doesn't work even if i do standby either madoka, Oct 21, 2006 #2 Rich-M Joined: May 3, 2006 Messages: 22,417 Usually the first thing to do is check official site
But 2 days after the fresh installation above, it started occurring with the normal Start Menu shutdown process, and now occurs every time.Hardware includes an Intel D850MVSE motherboard, Multi-Tech MT5634ZPX-PCI-V92 modem, Oops, something's wrong below. The version P15 is the latest, and I was then and am still running version P05.
So far, I have no concrete clue on what may be occurring here. This is a known bug in Windows XP, for which Microsoft has a supported fix. PalmDrac2 #5 PalmDrac2, Dec 17, 2002 TheWart Diamond Member Joined: Dec 17, 2000 Messages: 5,219 Likes Received: 1 there is avery halpful AT FAQ that addresses just this issue. This can cause Win XP to hang at a blank screen (with mouse and keyboard nonresponsive) when you try to shutdown or restart.
Double-click on AutoEndTasks 3. Advertisement madoka Thread Starter Joined: Oct 20, 2006 Messages: 2 Sometimes when I tell the computer to shut down or restart, it won't..until I make it standby and then wake it When I completely reinstalled Windows 2000 in April, I thought I had followed the same process used before when a hard drive failed on me. Under “Startup & Recovery,” click Settings.
I use ZoneAlarm free firewall, AVG antivirus, Spybot S&D, and Ad-Aware (to the extent possible, all installed before installing service packs or going online to download updates. I must say that all of your coments are correct: MedicBob: I checked the document that you pointed me at the Microsoft site. To change the setting, click Start / Run, type GPEDIT.MSC, click OK. THIS WILL INSURE A SAFE HAVEN IN THE EVENT YOU MAKE AN ERROR DURING EDITING.WINDOWS XP SHUTDOWN & RESTART TROUBLESHOOTING February 1, 2002 Shutdown problems in Windows XP can be caused
My Plextor drive is the W4012A (not a DVD drive), and Roxio indicates that Version 5.1 is the minimum necessary to support that drive. useful reference Since I know nothing of the person operating this site, I do recommend that you at least virus-check anything you download first.) Correspondent Martin Sladek provided another solution: “I’ve ran into Another one would be to check for failed Windows Updates. Oops, something's wrong below.
Thanks in advance. That will turn the computer off without using the switch on the back of the power supply. #4 ProviaFan, Dec 17, 2002 PalmDrac2 Junior Member Joined: Dec 15, 2002 Messages: Please take the time to locate your specific problem and read their suggested fix. http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-2000/windows-2000-shutdown-problems.html Which of the following retains the information it's storing when the system power is turned off?
Causes Win XP to hang at shutdown. Generally, this is a consequence of software that is running when shutdown is attempted; it also may have something to do with particular hardware. A resolution to that would be to turn off Automatic Updates, manually update, and then turn it back on.
Try shutting down several times to see if it works better if it does this means that one or more of these was interfering with another one. These included: a damaged exit sound file; incorrectly configured, damaged, or incompatible hardware; conflicting programs, or an incompatible, damaged, or conflicting device driver. The fastest way to do this is with the “Disable AutoRun” Registry patch that you can download here. Latest: mxnerd, Mar 17, 2017 at 11:47 PM Politics and News AMD RYZEN Builders Thread Latest: richierich1212, Mar 17, 2017 at 11:46 PM CPUs and Overclocking Post the CUTEST things EVER!
The latter three show the machine clean as of now--Windows 2000 freshly installed 4/09/06.At first, this problem only occurred after clicking OK for requested post-software installation reboots during the process of Remove the Creative card. Restoring all BIOS power settings to default will likely fix it. (Tip from Kelly Theriot) Sometimes, not all appropriate Registry settings are made when you enable all the right power management http://internetpasswordpro.com/windows-2000/windows-2000-shutdown-problem.html plodr replied Mar 17, 2017 at 11:11 PM Sign of the times ekim68 replied Mar 17, 2017 at 11:01 PM The "Science and Space" Thread #2 ekim68 replied Mar 17, 2017
And if that did not do it, then to start being rough, and to drop processes. This is a different problem, and I encourage people reporting these issues to make a clear distinction in their labeling. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! In turn, this uncovered and highlighted the next greatest problem: specific hardware incompatibilities.
If the fix doesn’t work for you, remove it by restoring the Registry to its prior state. (For those who want more background information, the fix provided by this patch is Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... I'll look at the link you provided in more detail when I have some time--perhaps early next week. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 13, 2006 10:28 PM PDT In reply to: Windows 2000 won't complete shutdown 1.
SIGNED DEVICE DRIVERS ON TOP OF UNSIGNED ONES. Most Stop Messages indicate hardware issues; some are caused by troublesome software or a system service problem. Press F8 during the restart and select “Last Known Good Configuration.” If you catch the problem when it first occurs (meaning you likely have installed only one or two drivers or Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.
Stop 0x9F and Stop 0x8E are two of the most common of these at shutdown, and generally point to a bad driver. USING SHUTDOWN SCRIPTS & 802.1x AUTHENTICATION PROTOCOL. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Causes a shutdown problem because Win XP Setup doesn’t enable ACPI by default.
Blue Weasel: You were right, APM was not active. Deleting the file solved the problem.