My computer tries to shut down automatically

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When my computer switched on. Sometimes it tries to automatically shut down. When I switched on after that message shows that the computer hasn't shut down properly.

Please explain me what is the problem might be.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #125226

My computer tries to shut down automatically



A problem with Shutting down Windows is probably caused by many factors. Some of them may include: a damaged sound file, damaged, or a non-compatible hardware, conflicting programs, or a damaged driver/ Incompatible Driver.

To solve this Issue:

1. Right click under My Computer and then left-click on Properties, and then click on the advanced tab. Then look under, Startup & Recovery click Settings.
2. Then look Under System Failure and make sure the box besides System reboot is unchecked. If you have software similar to Roxio, uninstall it to avoid future problems.
3. Another Solution May Be:
Under Control Panel Click on Administrative Tools, then onServices andstop the Nvidia Driver. (This feature if you have Nvidia in your computer).

Good Luck.

Answered By 574105 points N/A #310502

My computer tries to shut down automatically


When you start your computer, there’s no reason for it to shut down by itself unless there is a problem. When a computer shuts down automatically after turning it on, there are two reasons why this happens: hardware failure or system failure. Since the problem is triggered when booting the computer, try booting it using the last known good configuration.

Boot or restart your computer then press F8 before the Windows logo appears. In “Advanced Boot Options” screen, scroll down and select “Last Known Good Configuration” then hit Enter to boot. Now, see if the system boots successfully. If this doesn’t work, see if you can boot to Safe Mode. Repeat the same steps to access “Advanced Boot Options” screen.

Here, select “Safe Mode” then hit Enter and log in to your account. Once you are logged in, click “Start”, “All Programs”, “Accessories” then “Command Prompt” or press the Windows key + R to bring up the Run dialog then type without quotes “cmd” then hit Enter. In the command prompt window, type without quotes “sfc /scannow” then hit Enter.

When you are prompted to insert the setup CD, insert your Windows setup CD or DVD on your optical drive then continue. This may take awhile to finish. When it is finished, close the command prompt then restart the computer and boot normally. See if this works.

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