|01 Nov 2012||#1|
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Shutting down Win 7 started taking 20-30 seconds
My PC started taking ~30 seconds to shut down recently. This never happened before. I must add that it doesn't always happen. If I restart / shut down soon after turning the computer, it shuts down in under 5 seconds. But if I use it for several hours then it takes half a minute or so.
I can't think of many things I changed, but I remember installing a number of Windows updates and also new Catalyst 12.10 video card drivers.
Things I've tried:
So what exactly is Windows 7 doing at the "Shutting down" part?
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