Method 4: Do a clean install of Windows 10 If none of the previous three tips worked, you can choose to do a clean install of Windows 10 on your computer. Windows machines typically have this feature enabled by default, so users may already be experiencing faster boot times without realising it. So I hit restart instead of shut down this time and the problem was solved. After searching online to fix this issue, I disabled Fast Startup. Use the Win + X to open the Control Panel and then choose Power Option.
That should work if the option is listed. So it requires a reboot to finish the installation of updates. You can disable those processes to fix your problem. The next time I logged into Windows, 2 of my startup programs crashed immediately and kept crashing no matter how many times I started them manually. Over on , Walter Glenn reveals the pros and cons of this feature of Windows. It works in a similar manner as Hibernation.
This is not logic to me. After that, make sure you are on the Processes tab in the Task Manger. This technique can shave considerable time off your start up. Reinstall Mouse Drivers to Fix the Mouse Stops Working Bug Since the mouse stops working, you can uninstall mouse driver with the keyboard: Step 1. How to Enable or Disable Fast Startup Deciding whether to bother with Fast Startup actually takes longer than turning it on or off. Have you experienced problems with Fast Startup, or have you found that it makes a big difference to your computing life? He's written hundreds of articles for How-To Geek and edited thousands. First, open up your power options by hitting Windows+X or right-clicking your Start menu and selecting Power Options.
Press Tab to switch to devices list and locate the Mice and other pointing devices category. Fast Startup Group Policy: Windows provides a Group Policy that enables Fast Startup Regardless of the local setting described above. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. There's no hibernation file and no saved user session. It also messed with drivers not written to cope with the way win 10 loads with it on.
This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly. But besides the edges Windows 10 fast startup have, it is weak in some aspects: 1: Your computer does not perform a regular shutdown, it is to say that it is a full cold shut down. Microsoft is always sending new updates and fixes for the common issues through it, so we can always begin our problem solving by checking for updates. Users of encryption programs like TrueCrypt have reported that encrypted drives they had mounted before shutting down their system were automatically remounted when starting back up. Windows then alerts device drivers that support it to prepare for hibernation, saves the current system state to the hibernation file, and turns off the computer. How to Disable Fast Boot in Windows 10? Save your changes and shut down your system to test it out.
I also find it unbelievable that one needs to edit the registry also to enable this numlock key. See the driver section in my generic bluescreen troubleshooting methods below. It just gets in a kind of hibernate mode. On a desktop you should usually just use that, and for obvious reasons it's not default for laptops it would drain the battery every time and then slowly resume from hibernation anyway. Also check with MyEventViewer at the time of the BlueScreen.
I tried reproducing this issue by entering the bios with fast startup enabled, and it seemed to work. Most probably these are apps that already running automatically with Windows Startup without asking for your permission. He has more than 30 years of experience in the computer industry and over 20 years as a technical writer and editor. However this does not fix the problem. If you shutdown your computer with Fast Startup enabled, your machine will not perform a complete shutdown, so the installation of updates may not complete. Basically, it performs a partial hibernation of kernel files and device drivers. It came with Windows 7 but I manually installed Windows 10 on it.
Set the value to 0 zero to turn off the feature. To do so, press Windows + X, then press A and select Yes to launch the Command Prompt with administrative privilege. The same happened to another program that I tried to open later. When I try shutting the system down, it will not shut down completely even after waiting for 5 minutes Screen goes blank but fan and keyboard lights are still running. Getting into technical things, this feature is made possible by saving a fraction of the files on your system and drivers to s file named hiberfil.