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You should carry on to read and take notice of the full guide below though as this has the advanced details on how to carry out this fix correctly.
Well, the first thing you will need to do identify that you actually have a problem and that your machine is not actually doing as it says.
The reason this is happening is because of a corrupt update or a corrupt update database.
This means holding down the power button (on your computer not a monitor which we have seen people do! You should notice that you computer will completely shut off. This should now take you straight back into Windows – if you are very unlucky then the update may have screwed up your computer and it may be time for a rebuild.However, sometimes you can get a corrupt update and your computer when rebooted or shut down will get stuck on this dreaded screen: This will not go away and most people outside of the IT world usually take full notice of the “Please do not power off or unplug your machine…” message and we have known clients leave machines on this screen for days in the hope that it will eventually start working – it won’t!Before going into the full written guide, you can check out the video demo below which shows the fix being carried out.Click on "Additional power settings" to get to all the settings you should be looking at. I noticed the same thing, once I upgraded to Win10. It took longer then that for Win7 to shut down - I'll just give it a little more time." That was the right thing to do. I just wait until the rest of the machine shuts itself down before turning off the power switch.If all is well there, then wait a while before manually shutting off the computer. For the first few times, I just shut it down after the screen went blank. It takes about the same time to shut down as Win7 did. Hi David Sorry to hear that you are having issues with your computer not shutting down properly.