4 Ways To Fix Windows 10 Restarts After Shutdown

 

If your computer or Laptop starts restarting after Shutting down or Clicking on Sleeping Mode, then you are at the right place. I will help you to fix this problem. It will take only few minutes if you follow the process step-by-step.

What Is This Error?

Because of some problems the computer which has Windows 10 starts restarting when the user click on the Shutdown button. Let’s discuss, why it happens? And how to fix this issue?

Why Widows 10 Restart instead of Shutting Down?

This problem causes due to many reasons. As some users told that they are facing this issue at the time of shutting down there system frequently.


It is important to know about it thoroughly so that you can prevent this problem in the future.

  • Corrupt Drives:- It happens may be you are not handling the windows in proper way and due to it the driver is corrupted. Because of the corrupt drivers the Window starts malfunctioning.
  • Out Dates Window Version:-  Sometimes we don’t take serious to update the Window version. But due to this the system may starts leading this problem.
  • Poor Power Supply:– May be your Laptop battery is damaged or your house plug is not well through which you connected your Computer. Due to Poor supply of electricity may cause to reboot issue.

Ways to Fix Windows 10 Restarts After Shutting Down Issue

There is not any rocket science to Fix this issue. Here, I will discuss some most common solutions to fix this issue which work with higher efficiency of work.

Follow the steps given below carefully.

  1. Disable fast startup feature via Windows Settings

There are many chances that by using this method your issue of Restarts After Shutting Down will be fix.

Most of the peoples told that after using “Disable Fast Startup Feauture” the issue of “Restarts After Shutting Down” is fixed. Follow the steps carefully to disable this feature:

Step 1:- Click on the Windows Button and Type Windows Setting. The Windows Setting will be appear click on it.

 

Step 2:- Now, Click on Systems from Windows Setting.

Step 3:- Now, Under the System click on the Power and Sleep option and after that click on Additional Power Setting.

 

Step 4:- Now, click on the Choose what the power button does Option from left side, in the Additional Power setting.

 

Step 5:- After that click on the Change settings that are currently unavailable, shown in the image.

 

Step 6:- Now, under the Unknown Setting, Un tick the Turn on fast startup, and then click on the Save Changes.

 

Step 7:- Now, the last and final step is Reboot windows 10 to check whether the issue has fixed or not.

  1. Turn off fast startup feature via Registry Editor

We can also turn off the fast startup feature through Registry editor also.  You can change the settings in less time which makes it more working and efficient way.

Step 1:- First of all, press Windows key + R both the keys together, one window will pop-up.

          

Step 2:- Now, here type regedit and then press Enter to open Registry Editor.

          

Step 3:- Now. Click on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE option which is available on left side. The sub menus will appear from this sub menu click on System.

 

Step 4:- Now follow this procedure in the System Menu CurrentControlSet > Control > SessionManager > Power.

Step 5:- Now, double click on HyberbootEnabled to open it and set its value to 0 after that click OK.

 

  1. Update or Fix Corrupt Drivers

If still your system is restarting after shutting down then, it may be due to the corrupt drivers.

Follow the process to update it.

Step 1:- Open Computer Settings.

Step 2:- Now, Double click on Update and System.

 

Step 3:- Now, search select Windows Update from left side.

Step 4:- Now, the final step is, click on Check for Update for getting updates version.

 

  1. Check Power Issues

Sometimes the computer or laptop starts restarting due to the bad power supply or battery. For testing it you have to run Power Efficiency Diagnostics Report.

Step 1:- Run the Window and here type cmd to open the Command Prompt.

              

Step2:- Type this cmd

powercfg -energy -output %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\Power_Efficiency_Diagnostics_Report.html

 

Step 3:- It will start searching errors and after that it will save the file on the desktop by the file name open it, Power_Efficiency_Diagnostics_Report.html file on your desktop.

 

Step 4:- When you click on that file, the report will open in the browser and all the errors are listed in it.

 

Final Words

This problem is very common nowadays, but don’t worry while facing this problem. By using these 4 methods you can easily fix this issue in few minutes.