Sony® VAIO X Series Laptop won’t Shut Down
Possible Reasons for Sony VAIO X Series Laptop not to shut down
Sony VAIO X Series is a highly advanced laptop system that has been equipped with some of the latest advancements made in the industry. Some of its most sought after features are Intel Atom Z540 processor, Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium operating system, LED backlight 11.1 inches wide screen display, wireless connectivity, in-built Bluetooth, light weight and sleek design. But at times, it may encounter problem like the system won’t shut off .
Let us see why your Sony VAIO X series laptop does not shut off and how to resolve the issues:
- Corrupt Operating System
- Virus Infection
- Upgrading the System
Corrupt Operating System
Sometimes, you may start noticing that your laptop does not shut off automatically when you click on the ‘Shut Down’ button. If you check your event viewer, you cannot detect any possible hitch. The power with your machine always remains on and you have to unplug it manually so that it can be shut down. In order to resolve this issue, the first thing you do is to check your BIOS settings. If they are fine, then may be your operating system has become corrupt and you may need to reinstall it. You can reinstall your operating system both online and offline and doing the entire task is rather simple but time consuming.
Sometimes, your Sony VAIO X series laptop won’t shut off i because of a highly volatile virus infection. Some virus are so strong that they even dominate your functioning of your laptop and they do not allow your laptop to shut off if they are on their way to steal your information. In such a situation, a straightforward solution is to run your antivirus program and check if it has been updated with the latest updates.
Sometimes, you may notice that your laptop is facing difficulty in shutting down after you have upgraded its memory or operating system. This may be because your laptop is not able to handle the amount of memory you have upgraded it with or it is not compatible with the operating system you have installed on it. In such a situation, the only solution left with you is to revert back to the former memory of operating system. You need to remember that all laptop s are not made to handle any amount of memory or work with any operating system.