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Windows 7: Shut Down - View Details of Last Shutdown of Computer

13 May 2016   #20
jraju

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Hi, thanks brink
but curiously each shutdown have different sub ids inside this no problem shutdown . But i could not decipher. says 0x5kff and something with notable difference. what is to be made out of this logs.


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13 May 2016   #21
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

I'm afraid that I don't know.
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13 May 2016   #22
jraju

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Hi, Brink,
That i could get up to this log. Would you now say what action i need to take up to stop this. Some windows services are also in the log. like Fd ..services etc.
Would sudden shutdown due to power surge, makes sudden adjustment of closure of files, leading to this?. I have experienced one or two time like this.
Hi, brink, i want to know, whether sudden unexpected shutdown, would cause, the next shutdown problems and continue till you either do sfc scan or chkdsk /r/f . Is this point correct?.
Does it mean, that if by chance, this kind of unkind power loss and shutdown happens, one should do chkdsk ( mandatory) to avoid future shutdown hangs
what is False and true denote in the enclosed log


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File Type: txt shutdownlogs.txt (5.5 KB, 50 views)
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13 May 2016   #23
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

From your log, the listed items caused a delay in shutting down.

You might see if the tutorials below may help with shutting down time.

Shut Down -Speed Up

HungAppTimeout Threshold - Specify in Windows

WaitToKillAppTimeout - Specify for Shutdown in Windows
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13 May 2016   #24
jraju

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Hi, Brink,
I think that there is difference between delay in shutting down and not at all shutting. My case is the second.
If these logs are correct picture captured by windows log, then allowing some more time would have aauto shut those and then computer shut down
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13 May 2016   #25
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

If you reduce the time, Windows will force them to close for a faster shut down.
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13 May 2016   #26
jraju

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Hi, Brink, Is there a way, that all the pending applications, background exe like avastui.exe, not showing in the taskbar applicatins, but running in the background, incd etc etc be automatically end normally without users going to taskbar to find and close,also non responsive programsetc,thereby not causing shutdown delays.
Windows force closure may not give adequate time to copy to hard drive from memory, before shutdown as usual.
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13 May 2016   #27
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

You could try reducing the times in the tutorials I posted above to have Windows automatically force close them to hopefully prevent the delay.
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13 May 2016   #28
jraju

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Hi, Brink thank you for your replies. But forcing the applicaion closure would not have any effect on the process of shutting down, like creating problem in actual shutdown process of copying the memory to the hard disk before closing resulting in either not starting up properly with or shutdown?.
Pl see my post. I asked you whether abrupt shutdown would lead to the shutdown problems. Pl confirm.
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13 May 2016   #29
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Abrupt improper shutdowns (ex: holding down case power button to turn off power) could cause data corruption that could lead to all sorts of issues.

It's up to you if you wish to try what I posted above or not, but I do believe it could help. It's not going to hurt anything to try, and you can always easily undo it afterwards.
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