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#46
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I can't see anything wrong with your device manager.
Everything is updated and well.

What was the result of disableing those 3 services only, rebooting then shutting down?
I still think it's got to do something with the services / startups because once you disabled all services you could shut down normally.

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Well After Disabling Those 3 Services + The Startups, I Still Could Not Shutdown Normally, But Maybe I'll Just Keep Tweaking Them Til i Find An Answer.
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Try disableing all your services then selecting everything EXEPT those 3.
Let me know how it went :)

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Ohk Im Still Getting No Positive Results.

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Then its not those services.
Disable them all and enable 1 of them.
Then reboot wait like 1 minute then shutdown.
As soon as you find that your computer hangs write down which service it is.

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I Found That BlueSoleil Hid Sevice Was The Culprit This Time
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Are you using any bluetooth devices?
Also, if you reboot your PC with everything enabled (also startups) without the bluesoleil service does it shut down normally?

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Yes I Am Using A Bluetooth Dongle, Which I Primarily Use For Transferring Data Between My Fone And My Pc. And YES!, My Pc Does Shutdown Normally With All Services + Startups Enabled Minus The Bluesoleil Service. :)

Wat Next?
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Uninstall the Bluetooth program.
Reboot your PC.
Shutdown, now if it still shuts down normally (equal to stopping the service)
Turn your PC back on.
Re-install the program.

This should fix your issue! :)

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YES! Thats It!!

:)

Thank You Very Much! I Cannot Say Enough Thanks For Helping Me With My Problem. It Shutdowns By Itself Now And Is Running As Smoothly As When I First Bought It. Id Like To Thank You Artellos For Staying With Me And The Problem And In The End Solving It. And Also Thanks To The Other People Who Input. But Once Again,

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!

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I am very glad to see you got it fixed J_Mac! :)
And thanks for letting us know it helped! It makes us smile and know we go a good job :)
Enjoy your computing days! :)

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