Shut down Problems in Acer® Extensa
Reasons for shut down poblems in Acer® Extensa®
Acer Extensa Laptops are particularly intended for business and professional users. The system is packed with Intel Core 2 Duo processor, up to 4 GB DDR2 RAM, 160 GB hard disk and 15.4” WXGA LCD screen. The system provides with various choices of Windows Operating Systems which include different editions of Windows Vista and Windows XP. Sometimes Acer Extensa would face shut down problems. Sometimes, the Operating System in Acer Extensa gets corrupted by extensive use. They might cause issue while starting up or shutting down. The reasons might be hardware conflicts, virus infection, a damaged exit sound file; incorrectly configured, damaged or incompatible hardware; conflicting programs, or an incompatible, damaged, or conflicting device driver. With the right maintenance and service your system could perform well.
The following are the tips to resolve the shut down problems in Acer Extensa:
- Use good antivirus software
- Avoid loading of too many programs
- Use registry editor
Use good antivirus software
Malwares present in the Acer Extensa system would hinder the shutdown process. You are recommended to install good antivirus software and regular scans in the system to make it free from malwares and spywares. Malware remover would perceive and remove the spyware present in your system. You need to remove the virus to allow the system to come its normal functioning.
Avoid loading of too many programs
If there are many programs loading you would definitely have to wait on a slow start up and have shutdown problems. Its very important to manage your startup programs to avoid waiting around for your computer for operating system to finally load or log off. You could view the process on your computer by using Windows Task Manager. Just select Task Manager by pressing Crtl-Alt-Delete at the same time. You could see all the programs running in the background and close them, whatever is not needed.
One option to resolve the shutdown issue is to use registry editor. To shut down Operating System a bit faster, you could run the Registry Editor and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEM Current Control Set. Change the timeout value. You could Close the Registry and restart your Acer Extensa. Now, whenever you turn off Operating System, you should be able to shut down more quickly.