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cyberwasp

slow shutdown, sometimes.

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Recently I purchased the win 8 pro upgrade which I installed over windows 7 premium. I had no problem other then my email client stopped working, "found it to be Norton internet security," and after a reinstall that was fixed.

System seems stable and running fine. I have noticed that if I don't reboot for the whole day that windows takes up to 8 minutes plus to shutdown or restart. Now I'm familiar with the event logs and have used them to fix various glitches in the past. But after updating to Windows 8 the entry is confusing. instead of saying shutdown they say:

" Warning 1/20/2013 8:41:00 AM Diagnostics-Performance 303 Standby Performance Monitoring."

This service caused a delay during hybrid-sleep:

File Name : fhsvc

Friendly Name : File History Service

Version : 6.2.9200.16384 (win8_rtm.120725-1247)

Total Time : 120009ms

Degradation Time : 119009ms

Incident Time (UTC) : ‎2013‎-‎01‎-‎20T03:20:05.494425700Z

I haven't used standby and was shutting down the pc.

From looking at this forum, I know this isn't the normal data you ask for but didn't want to throw in anything too much before you responded.

Thank you for any assistance you can offer

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The way I understand it, in order for Win 8 to give the quick startup and shutdown that everyone wants, it automatically implements a hybrid form of shutdown which is different than the shutdown you are used to from previous versions of Windows. See the mention of "hybrid-sleep"? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep_mode#Hybrid_sleep:

Hybrid sleep

Sleep mode and hibernation can be combined: the contents of RAM are first copied to non-volatile storage like for regular hibernation, but then, instead of powering down, the computer enters sleep mode. This approach combines the benefits of sleep mode and hibernation: The machine can resume instantaneously, but it can also be powered down completely (e.g. due to loss of power) without loss of data, because it is already effectively in a state of hibernation. This mode is called "hybrid sleep" in Microsoft Windows.

So it really is trying to "standby". Why it's having a problem I have no idea. Maybe Andre can give you some advice.

Cheers and Regards

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same here and I can only use few applications and the others that I used before was blocked.

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Andre, you hit the nail on the head. figured it out yesterday from going over my install notes and event logs. One of the first things I did. What made it worse is that I had it saving to a networked drive, DUH!!!

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