Won't shut off in Sony® VAIO W Series
Reasons why Sony VAIO W Series laptop won't shut down
Sony has the reputation of making brilliant personal computers that are affordable. However, you can build a customized laptop according to your own needs. But as far as Sony is concerned it currently does not provide such an option so the user can get a customized laptop. However, the Sony VAIO W Series is very popular among users as its performance is quite good and it has also been developed with high technology hardware components and one may not require any customization. Like other laptops, this series of laptops also have some issues while shutting down and these can be easily resolved.
Here you will learn how:
- Reasons why the Sony VAIO W Series won’t shut down
- Tips to resolve the issues
Reasons why the Sony VAIO W Series won’t shut down
The main reason for your Sony VAIO W Series not shutting down would be due to some application that is in conflict with the operating system and the other possible reason could be the main registry files of the operating system are in conflict. The application in conflict will not be able to save the last used requirements and will not properly shut down. There could be a reason that the application itself was corrupted and now it is giving the system a hard time. The corrupt registry files are due to virus infected files, spam or malware present in your main partition drive that contains the operating system.
Tips to resolve the issues
You have to first try a simple method if the application is in conflict. Try closing the application by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del and through the task manger tab, directly shut it off. If this causes the Sony VAIO W Series to shut down then it might be the application that is at fault. The repairing of the operating system files takes awhile, so first try to run the antivirus to remove any virus that might be causing this. If not then apply the repair disk process that will repair the damaged files of the operating system. This is the best possible and easiest solution. If this does not work than you might have to remove all the data and create a partition again. The new operating system will then be installed.