Quote: Originally Posted by matejdro
That's why I'm looking for solution for that.
What is the point of having sleep mode triggers still active after you order your system to shutdown?
It's because your machine is still executing the command to shut off system processes, and the sleep mode, afaik, is read as an "interrupt" command, and orders the system to sleep, regardless of what it's doing at present. I don't there's an actual way to "fix" this, other than being patient.
I suppose you could go for a Solid State Drive, which would improve boot/shutdown times, but it won't by any means solve it.