Improper shut down in Sony® VAIO CW Series
Troubleshooting various shut down issues in Sony VAIO CW Series laptops
Sony has introduced a new series of laptops, the Sony VAIO CW series. It supports high definition graphics display and multimedia graphics. It also supports Intel NVIDIA GeForce and sonic sound effects. The hard drive capacity is 640 GB and the RAM is 8 GB. The OS preinstalled in it is the Microsoft Windows 7 Professional. It provides the user inbuilt security tool from Norton. The Sony VAIO CW Series might refuse to shut off under certain conditions. It includes the presence of viruses in the system, when memory issues arise and when the user has assigned many tasks to the processor. If the user has a scheduled scan or if the automatic updates are turned on, the system will refuse to shut down under any circumstances.
The following are the possible reasons for improper shut down in Sony VAIO CW Series and tips to solve these issues:
- Multiple programs being run
- Registry issues
- Presence of malware
Multiple programs being run
If the Sony VAIO CW Series is running a number of programs, then it will lead to system hang. In case of multiple program execution, the system will turn slow to each program. The response will be delayed and the Windows Task Manager will come up. It will lead to the sudden termination of all the running tasks. It is recommended to press ‘ALT’, ‘CTRL,’ and ‘DEL’ to automatically end the multiple programs.
The memory contains a number of registry files. Each registry file is corresponding to an operation. In case the user wants to shut down, the proper registry file has to be updated. In the absence of such an update, the Sony VAIO CW Series will not turn off. Usually the registry files will be updated to a proper value so as to initiate or terminate a program.
In the case of virus infection in the system, the Sony VAIO CW Series will refuse to turn off. In the case of a virus, the infected program or pirated software will be running in the system. This will continue for a longer period of time until the user finds out the exact issue and ends the running program. A powerful antivirus must be installed in the Sony VAIO CW Series to protect the system from further problems.