Hp problem with shutdown windows 7 takes too much time Tags: Windows 7 Hewlett Packard Shutdown Last response: November 3, 2012 12:09 AM in Windows 7 Share amit2050 July 24, 2012 6:55:14 PM I use Hp G62 and use win7 32bit. It takes a long time to shutdown. What can I do for that? More about : problem shutdown windows takes time SR-71 Blackbird a c 395 $ Windows 7 a b α HP July 24, 2012 6:56:59 PM How many apps are running? m 0 l Nedal0 November 3, 2012 12:09:27 AM amit2050 said:I use Hp G62 and use win7 32bit. It takes a long time to shutdown. What can I do for that? How much RAM does your system have ? If you are running 2GB or less, that may be the reason 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 External Hard Disk becomes very slow and Windows explorer takes too much time to identify the Hard Disk Forum Windows 7 taking too much time to turn off. Forum windows 7 64 bit takes up too much memory Forum My sytem takes too much time to install windows xp Forum SolvedWin7 64 bit installation take too much time. Forum having a problem in windows startup after a interrupted shut down due to low battery problem.Resuming windows takes much time Forum SolvedWindows 8 takes too long to shutdown. Forum Windows 7 installation taking too long time!!! Forum Onboard LAN connection takes too much time to become active Forum Windows 7 TAKING TOO MUCH SPACE! Forum Windows 7 automatic security update KB2913602 is causing slow shutdown takes more than an hour to shutdown Forum Solvedtaking too much time to open a website Forum When i insert my d-link dongle into my laptop it takes too much time to instal a Forum SolvedWindows 7 64-Bit using too much RAM Forum Win7 takes too much RAM idle. Forum SolvedWindows 7 Professional 64-bit Shutdown taking forever? Forum SolvedWindows 7 caching too much RAM Forum Solvedhelp! HDD problem? Hp P-7 1414 windows 8.1 Forum SolvedShutdown windows7, reboot, network adapter problem Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !