Computer always updating shutdown

After this generally the power led and the fan should be on for a while..

Maybe a couple minutes and then everything should go off. Even after 3hrs after doing the process the fan and led would be on but screen blank.

Since upgrading to Windows 10 my computer won't shut down properly.

I use the menu button shutdown and the screen goes blank, but the system does not fully shut down.

use windows key x on your keyboard, to open device manager (you may use other means)2. Locate and right click on "Intel (R) Management Engine Interface" then select Properties (or Just double click)4. And uncheck "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power"6. That is all, test it revert if it help I searched and searched till I gave up in despair a year ago.

This solution is the whole ball of wax in one bite!

There are many reasons that computers won't shut down (either "at all" or "in a reasonable timeframe").

In many of the parts of this thread, some solution that WORKED involved just unchecking FASTBOOT.

Not the same issue for everyone down for my laptop and I used to get the "shutting down" animation and the screen would go blank.

If you have read this thread carefully, there are MANY issues that stop a computer from shutting down. Sometimes that can be seemingly unrelated to power down, like display drivers.

We've seen other cases where the cause was some service running in the background. The issue with "Fastboot" is that the machine may take longer "MUCH LONGER! If you are a "typical user" and you click on "Shutdown" and the shutdown takes OVER 1/2 an hour, most users will NOT "be patient" and not wait the amount of time but will start hard-resetting within 10 minutes.

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