Quote: Originally Posted by MattMJB0188
Quote: Originally Posted by Snuffy
If it is a USB Device. then unplug the device.
Also in you first post he said:I didn't have drivers installed for the intel chipset software and have installed them now. That seem highly strange.
also in another post you say you rolled back from the Windows 7 default drivers.
that is what (WDDM) drivers are.
PS: your mobo is not Windows 7 compatible. that might be the reason you have had MAJOR PROBLEMS... I'd work at finding Win 7 DRIVERS for you mobo first.
Seems to me you borked your own system. but
1. No driver installed.
2. rolling back to a lower version of some driver.
3. how long does it take for the SHUTDOWN.
4. what type of HDDs are they.
First off I love your terminology. Secondly I did not 'borke' my computer. All my drivers are up to date as of now but weren't when I originally made this thread. I figured since some of them weren't up to date that maybe thats why the boot screen is crashing. Maybe the drivers weren't windows 7 compatible. The video card is now up to date but I was originally using the WDDM driver for it. Now what seems 'highly strange'? That my Intel Chipset Software wasn't up to date, well apparently not according to Driver Max.
Shutdown when it works properly takes about 10 seconds.
My hard drives are both Sata 5400 RPM hard drives.
2n I never said you borked your computer. I said you probably have borked ISO. 3d Intel is very SHI******y on drivers
... Check there site. almost nothing is Win 7 Ready. 4th your MOBO is not Windows 7 compliant
- there for you will have more than major problems with mobo drivers. (This is not your problem except you bought something that uses INTEL CRAP. ) 5th. and you have stated that you can not do SFC /Scannow from the cmd prompt...(BORKED install or your ISO is BORKED.) 6th. Well I got my computer back, and windows is loaded on another hard drive and it still does it ): Every single morning I turn it on it does it. Can restart a million times in a day and it will be fine. I've given up, just gonna use stand by and hibernation. Hopefully someone out there has a solution and one I HAVE NOT TRIED!!!!!!!
I have been doing computer since 1983, had my own business, still do them today. and 1st things FIRST. If you can not do 1. below. then we ned to fix that.
1. orb -> cmd (right click run as admin) SFC /scannow
If you can not do this; then what ERROR does it give you.
You game lets go.
PS: I also am part of a 10 person CREW very highly rated Windows Professionals with which we bounce different ideas. to assist. (Every one is a hightly rated member of WS forum.