Fix Windows 7 Shutdown Randomly Problems [Quick And Easy Tutorial]

If your Windows 7 device appears to randomly restart or shutdown, this tutorial should hopefully be able to resolve your issues. The steps in this tutorial are also applicable to computers running Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10.

Issues addressed in this tutorial:

windows 7 restarts after shutdown
windows 7 restarts automatically while booting
windows 7 restarts on its own
windows 7 restarts on shutdown
windows 7 restarts when connected to internet
windows 7 restarts automatically after login
windows 7 restarts automatically after startup
windows 7 restarts automatically after shutdown
windows 7 restarts instead of shutting down
windows 7 restarts after windows logo
windows 7 restarts automatically when connected to internet
windows 7 restarts at loading screen
windows 7 restarts automatically blue screen
windows 7 restarts at logo
windows 7 restarts instead of shutdown
windows 7 restarts on login screen
windows 7 restarts on logo
windows 7 restarts unexpectedly
windows 7 restarts when i click shutdown
windows 7 restarts when shut down

Windows computer restarts without warning
If your Windows computer restarts or reboots without warning automatically or goes into a reboot loop, here are a few suggestions which may help you identify and fix the problem. There are several reasons that could cause this to happen. The problem could any! It could be failure of some hardware component, over-heating, Windows Update or a Stop Error.

Computer restarts automatically without warning
You will have to identify your problem and then see which of the following scenarios applies to you. Do you get to see a Blue Screen? Does your computer overheat? Updated your Driver recently? Installed some Windows Updates? Once you can identify the probable cause, things could be a bit easier.

Reboot after Blue Screen or Stop Error

To prevent a software or driver issue from restarting your computer repeatedly after a Stop Error, do the following. You need to do this so that you can read the error code, which in turn can help you troubleshoot the issue.

Uncheck the Automatically restart box. Click Apply / OK and Exit.

Now if your Windows were to crash due to a Stop Error, it will not restart the computer but will display the error message, which can help you troubleshoot the Blue Screen.

Rebooting due to Hardware failure

Hardware failure or system instability can cause the computer to reboot automatically. The problem could be the RAM, Hard Drive, Power Supply, Graphic Card or External devices: – or it could be an overheating or BIOS issue.

Restarting after Windows Update every time

If your Windows is stuck in an endless reboot loop, try to get into Safe Mode or access Advanced Boot Options. Here you can open a command prompt windows or system restore or perform an Automatic Repair. Windows 7 users may want to consider repairing Windows 7.

See this post if your Windows is stuck in a reboot loop after Windows Update. and this one if you receive a Your PC will automatically restart in one minute message in Windows 10.

If you wish, you can also prevent Windows from restarting after Windows Updates by using the Group Policy or Registry Editor.

Driver problems causing reboots

If you recently updated your device drivers and now find that your Windows restarts without warning, you might want to troubleshoot your Driver problems or consider rolling back your driver to the earlier version.

This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7 operating systems.Works for all major computer manufactures (Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung).


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