Shutdown starts, syncing disks part succeeds, final power off should then occur, lots of messages appear on the screen regarding uhub (similar to startup messages perhaps), computer powers off then powers back on. Was not occurring on 8.2 and appeared only once upgraded to 9. I cannot get the full output of the messages but it appears as if some code change to relating to usb is preventing shutdown from completing.
How-To-Repeat: Attempt to shutdown.
This looks like possibly an issue with improper Wakeup-On-LAN configuration on
your network interface. Could you please double-check this theory?
None of the wired ethernet sockets are used or even have a cable in. I
tried shutting down without my usb wifi and it still failed in the same way.
I've just realized I can get a successful shutdown by disabling PME in the
BIOS. Not sure if this is considered a solution or mere workaround though.
Thanks for your help.
on 20/02/2012 04:28 Tim Matthews said the following:
> I've just realized I can get a successful shutdown by disabling PME in the BIOS.
> Not sure if this is considered a solution or mere workaround though.
> Thanks for your help.
For the future references can you please let us know the exact names/placement
of the option(s) that you tweaked in the BIOS?
A digital camera screenshot would be nice too.
on 20/02/2012 12:48 Tim Matthews said the following:
> Under 'Power Management Setup' , set 'PME Event Wake Up' to 'Disabled'
Google shows that people had this problem with other operating systems too, e.g.:
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Mail being skipped
A lot of time has passed, assume fixed.