Won’t shut off in Samsung® Q1
Tips to resolve won’t shut off in Samsung® Q1
Samsung Q1 is an ultra-mobile system that features a number of options for home and business users. It has got design, multiple input options, lightweight and bright screen. Sometimes, Samsung Q1 can face shut down problems. Samsung Q1 is preinstalled with Windows XP Operating System. Sometimes, the Operating System gets corrupt by extensive use. The user may face won’t shut off issues due to virus attacks and other infections. The problems might be caused by hardware conflicts or malicious software like viruses. The other reasons might be a damage exit sound file; incorrectly configured, damaged or incompatible hardware, conflicting programs, or an incompatible, damaged or conflicting device driver.
The following are the reasons and tips to resolve the shut down problems in Samsung Q1:
- Loading of many programs
- Virus infection on the system
- Use registry editor
Loading of many programs
When the system is burdened with too many programs, the system becomes slow or won’t perform shutdown operation. The shut down option in your system cannot execute the task. The major reason behind this might be many programs interfacing with the shutdown operation. Just by pressing ‘ALT+CTRL+DEL’ you can stop the services and programs that are running. You can close all the programs before the shutdown option.
Virus infection on the system
Malwares present in the Samsung Q1 system can hinder the shutdown process. You are recommended to run the updated antivirus software and regular scans in the system to make it free from free the malwares and spywares. Malware remover can detect and remove the spywares present in your system. You need to remove the virus to allow the system back to its normal functioning.
This is one option you can use to resolve the shutdown issue. The system would not respond if too many programs are loaded. You can run the ‘Registry Editor’ and go to ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEM’ Current Control Set. You can change the value of Wait to Kill Service Timeout to 1001. Then, close the registry and simply restart your Samsung Q1.