Shutdown is busy updating waiting for lock
USER SUBMITTED DESCRIPTION: One reader run it in Auto mode and now Leopard does not reboot.
There is a message asking to reboot the computer, but when he does it the same message appears :"You need to restart you computer.
This is after installing 10.9.1 to a drive, binding to AD, setting the time, and installing a couple of PKGs.
Hi, First of all, I would really appreciate any help from you guys since this problem is frustrating me for a long time.
I set up in my office for a long support call and called in.
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And this is Happening only on Windows 10 (I tried Windows 8.1 It worked as it supposed to do)My PC History and what I did to it before having this problem: Well at first my dad was using it normally no problem with Windows 8 as it came out with it, maybe upgraded later to Windows 8.1 everything was good until he decided to give it to me since I was struggling with my first low-end PC. same thing power light still on fan still on also keyboard unresponsive (caps lock stay stuck same before shutdown) same thing with hibernate option (after I enabled it) but it turns that the hibernate option was my first lifesaver when I want to get my PC to sleep without losing any open file I hit Hibernate the same thing again it got stuck as the other options so I force the shutdown (5 sec pushing the power button) but the only different thing between sleep and hibernate is that when I turn on my PC I have all opened file back as I left them, and it's logical because Sleep mode save all your open file to the RAM and since it's volatile, on power lose it get cleared.