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weird behaviour after windows update

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Hello.

 

So a few days ago i decided to finally update windows with the creator fall update, and my windows after the update started to behave a little strange.

 

1st. It does not shutdown when ordered to, using the normal means. I have to push and hold the button for it to shutdown.

 

2nd. when i turn it on, it takes too long to establish a network connection. Something like 2 minutes, sometimes longer.

 

Can you guys help me ?

 

Best regards and thanks in advance.

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That's just Windows 10 being what it is. The Creators Update is literally Satan's spawn.


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52 minutes ago, nuclear465 said:

Hello.

 

So a few days ago i decided to finally update windows with the creator fall update, and my windows after the update started to behave a little strange.

 

1st. It does not shutdown when ordered to, using the normal means. I have to push and hold the button for it to shutdown.

 

2nd. when i turn it on, it takes too long to establish a network connection. Something like 2 minutes, sometimes longer.

 

Can you guys help me ?

 

Best regards and thanks in advance.

Seems rather odd, for the wireless, maybe try going into device manager and updating the drivers for your wireless device. If not then try a reinstall.

The shutdown thing does seem rather odd though.

I personally had tried so hard to delay the update until after 1 month of success it forced itself onto my computer.

 

46 minutes ago, Generallee said:

That's just Windows 10 being what it is. The Creators Update is literally Satan's spawn.

I agree, damn forced updates.


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1 hour ago, nuclear465 said:

2nd. when i turn it on, it takes too long to establish a network connection. Something like 2 minutes, sometimes longer.

I have this problem too. Usually have to wait a bit or fix network connection... I updated drivers.
Or maybe it's the fault of your web browser - I had this problem in Opera - had to wait some time before I could start to use it. But then I turned off the synchronization and it helped.

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windows key + R , type services.msc, scroll down to the very bottom and look for "Windows Update", double click, set it to disabled, click stop and click apply. live happily ever after.

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