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Windows 7: Big Problem With Windows 7,please help!!!!!!

05 Apr 2009   #11
Orbital Shark


The only thing ringing any bells is the Instant-Off option but if you've tried all of them then i'm at a loss.

Sorry, hopfully some1 else here might be able to help.

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05 Apr 2009   #12

Windows 7 Enterprise (Build# 7600) x64

from what i see, it's set the way it should be to disable suspend when pushing the power button.

the issue is that it's going into suspend, which if you choose shut down, shouldn't be dropping into suspend, s1 or s3 (s1 is the mode it's using, as windows chooses that by default, s3 is where it shuts down everything but ram power to keep the data in ram active)

the issue doesn't appear to be with the motherboard, so much as it is with windows itself.

and while i can point out where the issue is, roughly, i'm sorry to say i can't offer a solution
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05 Apr 2009   #13

Windows 7 Professional x64

When in the power plan you have, go into "change advanced power settings" I had a setting in there overriding a setting outside of the "advanced" options. You will want to go into that interface to make sure everything is set the way you want it. I had a similar problem and this is how it was solved. I think it's a bug. I am running the same build. Good luck! I really hope this helps.
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06 Apr 2009   #14

windows 7 build 7068 x86

before im trying and put windows 7 build 7068 x64 and when i shutting down my pc, its restarting....and after put x86 again :S maybe this problem is bug of windows 7.someone has an idea about this problem???any idea maybe help me!!!
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06 Apr 2009   #15

windows 7 build 7068 x86

i have other 3 pcs and im using windows 7 build 7068 x86 and works perfect and shutting down all.this pcs using intel chipset in motherboard and im trying windows 7 build 7057 before and works perfect with this version also.other pc to have a problem use nforce 650sli chipset and the problem is crazy!!!maybe this chipset has the problem???any idea helps me!! :S
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06 Apr 2009   #16

Windows 7 Ult, Windows 8.1 Pro,

If all else fails just clear the cmos and reinstall the Op system.
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07 Apr 2009   #17

windows 7 build 7068 x86

chev65 i will try it and i said again if this fix it,thanks
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14 Apr 2009   #18

windows 7 build 7068 x86

im trying to clear cmos and after install 7077 x86.Same problem again!!!my pc dont shut down :S :S any idea????
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18 Oct 2009   #19

Win7 x64

I'm having a similar type of problem with my gigabyte motherboad and the win 7 rc. If I set the mobo to suspend to ram, it shuts down, but the board keeps doing some kind of wierd reset. windows is down, but the mobo shuts off, then comes back on - checks all the devices, then shuts back off. It does this endlessly -- and it's hard to get the system to come back up correctly.

very wierd. I finally got some decent sleep behavior by changing to Powe on standby (the default).

got the retail version coming in a few days, hope it's fixed. -- or maybe the mobo is bad in this respect. don't know
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18 Oct 2009   #20

Windows 7 Ultimate

Definitely a crazy problem indeed.

Well I have the same motherboard (Gigabyte GA-N650SLI-DS4 with nVidia chipset) and CPU (Quad 6600) as the OP tho I'm on build 7600 64bit and no issues with shutting down. I disabled all sleep and hibernation modes on my desktop immediately as they've always been shotty in the past. I have not updated the bios on my motherboard ever... since there was no functional reason to do it.

You could try the same build and that CPU is 64bit so why not?

Your problem may not be hardware related.
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