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Try to deselect - automatic restart by doing the following:
start/right click - my computer/properties/
advanced - tab/
startup and recovery- section/settings/
system failure - section/
deselect - automatically restart/if already on/
click ok/
click apply/
Let me know if this helps.

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The shutdown can also be caused by the cpu overheating. Your computer will automatically shut down to protect itself.

Shutdowns can also be created by a infected computer. Malware can cause this.

With out further details, such as what you were doing at the time of the shutdown it's difficult to say why your system is shutting down.

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There's a big confusion here...

What do you mean by manual shutdown??

Some of the replies refer to Pressing the power button and wait for the computer to shutdown... while some refers to Holding your power button until the power is off... which are two different things.

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this is a strange problem. if a network card or wireless card hinder proper shutdown of your pc. then you can try to update the driver of the cards. in your case, it is a linksys wireless. you can also remove the card and reseat it well in the slot. another troubleshooting guide, you can start in safe mode with network support and see if shutdown is normal.

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