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Not going back but a few last upgrades to Linux here and there. Help, my PC with Windows 10 won't shut down properly 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.A clean install is a PITA or PITR sometimes both as we have driver hell and rarely anyone to tell use the install order.This is why on most systems we want full backups or factory recovery media. Laptop has its own W7 Home Premium activation key just in the bottom. The HDD RAW data corruption destroyed the ASUS restore/recover partition and data, so it wasn't possible to factory restore with the in-build utility.Not sure how to verify the issue with the motherboard hardware.There were no power interruptions and everything happened in the exact way the ASUS guide showed; yet, upon auto-restarting after the update, the laptop is simply stuck on this boot/turn off loop.Downloaded drivers from the official ASUS manifacturer website, followed the procedure, and suddenly the laptop is stuck in a boot loop. I removed battery for a whole day and kept pushing the start button for few minutes to, supposedly, make the laptop discharge a bit.Tried to start it again today without battery, but nothing has changed. I've done everything I knew; is there any other help/procedure anyone could provide me? I was reinstalling W7 on an old but still functioning Laptop, everything went fine until I had the idea to update the BIOS.
I was reinstalling W7 on an old but still functioning Laptop, everything went fine until I had the idea to update the BIOS.
We can find laptops that are very capable in the refurb market for under 200 now (I see them on groupon.)So if you dump this on Ebay as-is you can get more out of it by parting it out.
I have a dead k55 (brother spilled water on it) so we keep it as spares for out last k55 and k53. If nothing new comes out I'll just leave it be for spares.
I may upset folk here but the still free till Dec 31 upgrade to W10 could have saved this laptop. Because the W10 download is what I use to wipe and reinstall on almost any machine that runs W10 Home or Pro, 32 or 64 bit.
Because of the new license method I am not hunting for downloads or CDKEYs. Not looking back, have to let those that want to stick to W7 stick.
Otherwise, as far as I know, this would require to change motherboard. Downloaded drivers from the official ASUS manifacturer website, followed the procedure, and suddenly the laptop is stuck in a boot loop. I removed battery for a whole day and kept pushing the start button for few minutes to, supposedly, make the laptop discharge a bit.