Question about Samsung HM060HI Hard Drive
I've got a Samsung HM060HI 60Gb HDD in my dell d620 and when I try to shut it down it's taking 10 min 10 seconds to switch off. Can you help?
I've tried regedit/local machine/system/control shortening waittokillservicetimeout value of 20000ms to 200ms without success. I've also used GPEDIT.MSC to check the Config/Windows/Security/Local/Security to ensure that clear virtual memory is disabled.
This is really confusing me and I'd really appreciate some help.
Have u tried start.in the find type msconfig go to startup and remove all ticks. general set to selective startup and apply then ok. as it sounds as a virus checker is still working in the back ground.
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Feb 15, 2011 | Dell Latitude D620 Notebook PC
Please go through the below step, you can able to do it.
1) Shut down the Dell Latitude D620 if it's currently powered on. Click "Start" in the left-hand corner of the screen to access Windows' shut down options. Alternatively, press and hold the Latitude's power button, located on the top edge of the laptop's keyboard.
2) Turn on the computer by pressing the laptop's power button.
3) Press and hold "F8" on the top of the laptop's keyboard immediately after turning the computer on. If the Windows logo appears on the screen, you're too late and must repeat Steps 1 through 3 again. If you pressed it in time, a list of text options will appear on the screen.
4) Use your keyboard's arrow keys to scroll down to "Repair Your Computer." Push the "Enter" key on your keyboard.
5) Choose a language from the next list and select "Next." If you've password-protected your laptop, you will be prompted to enter your user name and password at this time.
6) Press "Dell Factory Image Restore." A new window will appear. Click "Next" and select the option for reformatting the hard drive and restoring the factory condition of the laptop.
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