Ok, I made a small upgrade to my computer, changed motherboard, cpu, videocard and RAM. Before, everythign was fine, I was used to shut down the computer by using start-shutdown-YES
After the upgrade, when I try to shut down, Windows does log off, the videocard stops emiting image, and it seems like its turning off, but power keeps running and lights on the case are stil on. I have to physically hold the power button to effectively shut down the PC. I am 100% sure that when going trough the start menu in order to shut down the computer, I select "shut down" and not "hibernate" or "sleep"
Since I upgraded my motherboard but did not upgraded the PSU, Im wodnering if its a motherboard compatibility issue or if its a PSU problem. Any toughts?
just check the power connections to all drives and board from PSU and make sure that your SSD is running or off when u shut down the pc,if u r ssd is in running after u shutdown then u can call u r service men to re-built the rig u r problem will disappear. Or if u sure that connections are correct and no need to re-built then go to services check one by one programs that what are running in background try this only when u have complete knowledge on boot settings