We have several computers in our organization that intermittently get stuck on “Shutting Down”. I have added a registry key that displays the status of the shut down on the screen. This appears to occur after all services have shut down. I found a thread in Microsoft Technet and have tried the following:
2. Go to HKEY_local_Machine-System-CurrentControlSet-Control-WaitToKillService
3. Set the Value to 2000
4. Add 32bit Value WaitToKillAppTimeout
5. Set the value to 2000
6. If there is a Key AutoEndTask set its value to 1
7. Open CMD Prompt
8. run chkdsk /r /f /x
9. Run sfc /scannow
10. Open Regedit and go to <span style=”font-family: Calibri, sans-serif; font-size: 11pt;”>HKEY_local_Machine-System-CurrentControlSet-Control-Session
11. Set Value to 0
13. Select Selective Startup
14. Uncheck Load Startup Item
15. Select the sevices tab
16. Hide All Microsoft Services
Any other ideas would be appreciated.
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