Shutdown works on a software level (the OS shuts down properly), but the machine doesn't finish and the fan still runs and the power light is still on. Is there a setting I need to modify for the machine to shut down correctly?

  • wow lucky you. most of us can't get it until August 6th (msdn release) – NoCarrier Jul 27 '09 at 19:21
  • I think this is a duplicate kind of question: superuser.com/questions/13825/… – Ivo Flipse Jul 27 '09 at 19:57
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    Actually, I work for Microsoft and they gave us access to the RTM. I downloaded it from my internal network. I'm pretty sure it's legit. – ajma Jul 28 '09 at 5:39
up vote 5 down vote accepted

From a comment here (http://www.jamespaulp.us/?p=235):

Here’s the solution!

Click “Start”, on “Computer” click right mouse button and select “Properties”, click “Device Manager”, select “IEEE 1394 Bus Host Controllers” group, only contains one device called “VIA 1394 OHCI Compilant Host COntroller” on that click right mouse button and select “Properties”, select “Power Management” tab, and finally check the “Allow the computer to tur off this device to save power” box! That’s all folks. After that the computer power down normally every time.

Windows 7 RTM isn't really accessibly until August 6th. I'd uninstall the copy you used as it is probably not really RTM.

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