Since Microsoft has rolled out Windows 10 creator Update Since then People are having to face several problems with Windows 10. Sometimes, Computer doesn’t shut down or else any problem arises. If you’re getting “Windows 10 won’t shut down” error repeatedly.
So, Here are few easy solutions, You may Collect them and Read Step-By-Step:
Fix, Windows 10 won’t shut down
Method 1# Update Intel (R) Management Engine Interface Driver
1# First of all, Open Device Manager. (Press Win+X then Open Device Manager)
2# After that, Find System Device at the bottom and extend all menu, As of now, you will get few more options and now select Intel (R) Management Engine Interface and open its properties.
3# After opening properties go to the Driver properties and check your driver details and version. If you find the driver is too old then click to update driver and try to search automatically for updated driver software.
Note ⇒ In case, You get no such driver as Intel (R) Management Engine Interface on your system. So you would need to this driver to fix “Windows 10 won’t shut down” error. In addition, you can replace old driver as new driver If you need.
Download Official Intel (R) Management Engine Interface ⇒ Here
Now check your PC and ensure, It is working fine and try to ShutDown. If you get the same error is right now, try to different methods.
Method 2# Run Command on CMD
1# First, Open the Command Prompt (Admin) on your System. (Press Win+X then CMD)
2# Now type the Command called “powercfg h off” and Hit Enter………….
Now, wait until the process completes, once It is completed then try to ShutDown.
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Method 3# Disable Fast Startup
This is an additional method that can help you to fix the problem. If your windows 10 not is shutting down yet. After disabling the fast startup, maybe the problem can be fixed.
1# First, Open the Control Panel by using Win+X shortcuts keys.
2# Now Go to the Power Option>Choose the what power button do>Change settings that are currently unavailable.
Power Option>Choose the what power button do #
Change settings that are currently unavailable #
3# After that, Uncheck the “Turn on fast startup (Recommended)” box and click to save changes.
After following these methods, Maybe your problem has been solved. In case you failed to fix the problem then you can try to better understand and again repeat the same process.