Windows 7 taking too much time to turn off. Tags: Windows 7 Shutdown Media Player Last response: August 10, 2011 4:56 PM in Windows 7 Share debojit_mallick August 9, 2011 11:17:42 PM Hello Me Debojit I am using windows7 There are windows media player not responding"error" and windows take about 1-2 hours to shut down.But all other thing are going ok right now.please help me how could i solved it ..its very emergency.. More about : windows taking time turn royboywales August 10, 2011 4:00:01 PM Do a registry clean up, That usualy fixes such a pain. m 0 l AntiZig a b $ Windows 7 August 10, 2011 4:56:10 PM run windows update and make sure you've all the latest updates check that your drivers are up to date uninstall any unnecessary programs as good sir said above, run registry cleanup, like -CCleaner m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows 7 installation taking too much time at expanding files showing 0% for in Forum Hp problem with shutdown windows 7 takes too much time Forum Windows 7 installation taking too long time!!! Forum SolvedWin7 64 bit installation take too much time. Forum Windows 7 TAKING TOO MUCH SPACE! Forum External Hard Disk becomes very slow and Windows explorer takes too much time to identify the Hard Disk Forum Solvedtaking too much time to open a website Forum My sytem takes too much time to install windows xp Forum windows 7 64 bit takes up too much memory Forum Pen drive is taking too much time in detecting on XP3 Forum Pen drive is taking too much time in detecting on xp Forum Backup Hard Disk Taking too much time to load Forum After upgrading to 1301 bios is taking too much time to boot up Forum iTunes taking up too much space on external drive [Win7 laptop] Forum Windows taking up WAY too much space!!! Forum SolvedWindows 7 64-Bit using too much RAM Forum vsmon.exe taking too much processor time Forum SolvedWindows 7 caching too much RAM Forum Windows 7 suddenly taking a long time to boot w/ SSD? Forum SolvedWindows 7 updates wont turn off?? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !