Millsy, Aug 4, 2015 #3 RatCat Joined: Aug 3, 2015 Messages: 2 Likes Received: 1 Just did a clean install of W10 on the laptop. Advertisements Latest Threads Stuck on start up page Kyle hurt posted Jan 11, 2017 at 2:15 PM Apps only partially clear when closed, leaving divided screen donwb posted Jan 11, 2017 I began installing all the software I needed one by one and didn't run into any problems until I installed Core Temp. You don't have to "erase" ram when you shutdown, which is what it sounds like you're implying in this sentance. Check This Out
Read More , for example, in which case you might need to re-download a pending update, or install it manually. The thing is, since i upgraded to windows 10, i was fascinated by the large number of new features; until a problem after another came flying from nowhere, and once you ALT+F4 brought the shut down box but I was unable to click on anything as everything was still frozen. it's happening when I surf the internet, when I'm using apps.... http://askubuntu.com/questions/461646/shutdown-hangs-for-5-minutes-on-kubuntu-14-04
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AvatarofsolarusJun 1, 2015, 3:45 PM Nope, still broken. I was getting blue-screen crashes. A better fix than through TimeoutStopSec=1 would be to add KillMode=none on that place. https://forums.uberent.com/threads/pc-completely-freezes-after-only-10-mins-hard-shut-down.49049/ Is a TP-LINK TL-WN751ND - Qualcomm Atheros based card.
Haven't done it as yet! Slow Shutdown Windows 7 64 Bit I began installing all the software I needed one by one and didn't run into any problems until I installed Core Temp. coolblueice, Oct 14, 2015 #10 Eyad Jaamour Joined: Jan 18, 2016 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0 RatCat said: Just did a clean install of W10 on the laptop. Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Networking, Server, and Protection »[SOLVED] systemd stuck 5 min at shutdown (netcfg multi-profile daemon) Pages: 1 #1 2012-09-04 21:09:36 stqn Member Registered: 2010-03-19 Posts: 1,189 Website
Sign up now. I currently seem to have problems with MondoDB 3.2.7 ("stop job is running...."). Windows 10 Takes A Long Time To Shut Down I have a better sense of what isn't causing the problem, though, after trying all of the following steps individually without success: Uninstalled ModemManager. (I still received the same 5 minute Windows 10 Stuck On Shutting Down Driver or Operating System Problems Having completed the registry editing step, you may find that your shutdown screen hangs due to a driver or a process bug you don’t understand or
Update and restart. his comment is here anastasiaye, Aug 5, 2015 #5 DarkerTimes Joined: Aug 16, 2015 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 1 This helped me: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3083595 DarkerTimes, Aug 16, 2015 #6 Trouble likes this. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed So! Windows 8.1 Slow Shutdown
Sep 10 16:47:08 idefix systemd: Shutting down.I have the same wait time if I do 'systemctl stop'. Could not acquire the 'org.freedesktop.ModemManager1' service name - is this warning usual for your setup? Reply Arun W February 5, 2014 at 5:21 am Thank you for writing comprehensive article, I have about 300 essential apps installed on my PC and few of them are put this contact form RatCat, Aug 5, 2015 #4 Eyad Jaamour likes this.
To check on the status of your updates, go to Start > Settings > Update & security > Windows Update and see what’s listed under Update status. Restart Taking Long Time, Windows 10 Darth Vader says “There’ll be no one to stop us this time” - what happened last time? After installing just the nvidia driver, anti virus software and Java it happened again.
The Cap.'s are small metal cans about 1/2 in tall. If slow, then it's likely a systemd problem. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Your choice- Test results by panic / July 18, 2004 10:04 PM PDT In reply to: Your choice. Laptop Takes Forever To Shut Down It was a AMD 500 & I could only clock it at 300 otherwise it would not run!
The best way (that I know of) to do this is to jot down the exact time when a freeze/crash occurs... Once in the view open "Custom Views" and finally "Administrative Events". You can change this by opening the Registry Editor (do a Windows search for “regedit”), then navigate to the following directory: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System Now, in the right-side pane of the window, you http://invisibledetector.net/windows-10/10-15-minutes-to-boot-up.html If the heat test didn't help.Then go here:http://www.memtest86.com/and download the memory test program (linux boot) and run it.
Offline #5 2012-09-05 23:59:03 stqn Member Registered: 2010-03-19 Posts: 1,189 Website Re: [SOLVED] systemd stuck 5 min at shutdown (netcfg multi-profile daemon) I tried “KillMode=none” but got the 4 min 30 If you do not see it, right-click an empty portion of the pane, go to New, and then DWORD (32-bit) Value. Duron 1300 MHz CPUs are hot... If you see it, right-click it and then click Modify, and change its value to 1.
I cant even reformat it , every time I reformat it using my cd Windows 7 starter it keeps saying that I don't have enough storage then I tried formatting the It's a good thing I have warranty on both of those things so I can replace them if I need to. Until the next time. In Windows 10, Windows Update automatically updates hardware drivers.
However, if you feel uncertain how to do, ask a friend or a computer store. If you suffer the consequences, let us show you how to roll back your driver and block future... I suspect this is not a KDE-specific problem. Here's why.
The more information you can provided, the more likely someone will be familiar with your issue and can suggest an action or actions to take next. I have had both pc133 and DDR cause this to happen on AMD Motherboards. YOU HAVE THIS covered.2. So whilst it is possible that the problem is software if it is occuring more frequently than just the random reset I think you need to review your hardware , RAM
Well, I ploughed through the dozen or so steps to reach the Registry item "Change the value of the MSISupported key from “1” to “0”. call up terminate_cmdthread_sema [ 409.022491] systemd: netcfg.service changed stop-sigkill -> final-sigterm [ 499.021524] systemd: netcfg.service stopping timed out (2). I did a test of my PC, when it was working OK again, and the results where OK, I Have include details about my machineI have noticed other things happen recently Make sure that it is properly installed. (Also your motherboard manual will come in handy here).The last thing, it could also be a small virus that reboots your computer.
but hope runs eternal. Good luck!