Thanks. It worked for me. The W8.1 is on SSD, the others on conventional HDD's, each on its own. Jeff Thank you very much for this. have a peek at these guys
Was a class of Dutch school children required to learn Muslim prayer? Leave a Comment Cancel Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website or Blog Connect with Us RSS feed | Email newsletter Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | YouTube so thank you in advance :) James Great solution. Results 1 to 2 of 2 Thread: Fastboot problem Windows 8.1 Pro Update1 /w MediaCenter Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced https://www.eightforums.com/general-support/60938-windows-8-1-pro-media-center-fast-startup-problem.html
Are those properties sufficient for defining a field? But this new feature is causing problems to some computer systems and if you are also facing reboot or shutdown problems in Windows 8, you can fix it by disabling this Brillao Hi, tried many workarounds with no luck; updated every driver and latest windows upgrades still windows 8.1 cannot restart. These instructions don't help me if the computer won't turn on.
Thanks for reading. A recent hardware change .... Has anyone has issues turning it on? 0 1 year ago Reply antnauman Any link to wallpaper please? I have set up the 8.1 using the MS online help file.
great great job...... I disabled Legacy USB Support in BIOS inside the Advanced>USB Configuration I also set only use "Initial Boot Drive only" And i disabled all other Drives in the Boot Section. Now click on Search option and type power in search box. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2713820/windows-fast-boot-startup-broken.html I also have a Sony VAIO desktop computer (2003) with Window XP, Service Pack 3, that I am going to upgrade tomorrow with Windows 7.
DIsabling it makes me boot zippily. No glitches at all. Press WIN+X keys together to launch "WIN+X Menu" and then select "Power Options" from the list. We'd strongly recommend turning off Connect to suggested open hotspots, Connect to networks shared by my contacts, and disabling the button under Paid WiFi services if it's present.
You should see confirmations that each service was either stopped or wasn't running. It did articulate the error message a bit more, It stopped while trying to save data, which doesn't help me very much. This solve m problem :) FPB PB solved THX very much ! I don't know if it is fixed or not, but it seemed to be last night.
Now it hadinstalled an update before, the very first time I turned it on that day before the power cut happened. More about the author In Control Panel open 'Power Options', go to 'Choose what the power button does' , click / tap "Change settings that are not currently available" if you are not allowed to At this point I have a clean install of 8.1 and a Recovery Media. What to do now?
This actually fixed my problem. Use the Start Menu to search for and run the Settings app, then click Privacy. Many times their Windows 8 computers restart themselves as soon as the login screen appears. check my blog Some users report that if they subsequently reboot, re-trace their steps and re-enable fast start-up the problem remains cured.
Just not sure if its my computer not fully compatible with it, or if Fast Startup is just a problem on its own. If you're keeping score, I'm 0 for 4. -RJH VG ^^ You can also try to download the ISO file using alternate link given in following article: http://www.askvg.com/tip-get-direct-download-links-of-windows-10-iso-from-microsoft/ It might be Windows 10 shipped without an app to play DVDs on. This morning it seemed as if it booted in restart mode.
These are only useful for memory-starved computers (which with Windows 8.1 yours is most probably not), or to very slightly improve security (which any decent antivirus does much better). I checked all my settings and I am on UEFI. The default drive should show first, this is usually C:/ drive. http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-media-creation-link-dead.html But ever since that incident, whenever I boot up.
Save changes and close Control Panel; 2. I was getting a little impatient since it's a brand new PC so quite cheesed off that it wasn't functioning properly. The odd thing is that I went to a site I visit daily and video would load but not the chat. share|improve this answer edited Jan 14 '14 at 15:57 answered Jan 14 '14 at 5:29 Tails86 113 please Provide context for links "...Always quote the most relevant part of
J.Lynch I finally Googled the correct string of words that brought me here. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It sucks, and gets old quick, but it is better then restarting each time you want to plug in an usb device... How to Activate retail Windows 8.1 with Windows 8 Product key.
do you have any advice for me thanks zub many thanks ! I tried to give it time to shut off itself, I gave two hours once but it didn't. When I log in on Windows 8.1 and I check the CPU time, it has start from 0:00:00:00, so it would say it's been on for just over a minute or sed on cygwin can only replace one character?
System Specs is on my user profile. Also, I have another issue as well with fast startup turned on. location: 8forums.com - date: September 10, 2013 For upgrading from store. Mike It worked, Thanks Ajay Thank you for this.
It would take me straight to my Windows 8.1 side. Information gathered from http://www.techulator.com/resources/5201-How-enable-or-disable-Hybrid-Boot-Windows.aspx If still that partition is not mounting install Gparted then restart and check and paste the screenshort of it here.