I'm new to the forum, but very glad to have found it.
I have a 630i that's giving me fits. I'm sure this is really .... dumb.
But I can't get it to power all the way down. I'm using Vista 64. When I go through the shutdown menu all that happens is that the monitor and harddrives power down.
The front lights and the power supply and fan keep going.
To turn the computer all the way off, I've been waiting for Vista to shut down, then waiting a long time to be sure the computer won't surprise me and shut down on its own, then holding in the start button until everything powers down and stops.
To start back up, I then push the power button - which then requires F1 to continue the boot sequence because it's miffed at the way I turned it all off.
I also have a lot of freezing up, but I assumed it was because I was using Photoshop CS4 with the latest Wacom tablet. It usually waits until I have put in a lot of effort on an image before locking up... very aggrivating. -- I'm assuming there are issues with 32bit programs on my 64bit machine. (BTW, Photoshop CS4 is installed in 64bit, but I have to use the 32bit version when I want to use plugins that don't yet support 64bit.)
Thanks for any help, and I apologize if this was a little too stupid for the forum