After installing last update in windows 10 users may encounter computer or laptop randomly shutdown without any notification or warning. During update if the files are not installed properly or due to any corrupted files in update will introduce registry errors or may replace files from original location.
If you are trying to fix the issue while performing restore methods by booting in safe mode and not able to boot then you are in need to know How to Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode While Booting. But to fix windows 10 randomly shuts down and restarts issue you are in need to execute below listed methods in the blog very carefully to solve windows 10 computer automatic shutdown problem after update.
Steps to Fix Windows 10 Computer or Laptop Randomly Shuts Down:
METHOD1: UPDATE DRIVERS
Step1: Type cmd in cortana and open first found entry.
Step2: Type devmgmt.msc & press enter and right click all the associated devices one by one.
Step3: In opened tab choose drivers tab and click on update drivers.
Step4: If update found install update and after completing restart computer.
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METHOD2: TURNOFF FAST STARTUP
Step1: In cortana type control and open control panel.
Step2: Change view located at top right corner to view by large icons and open power options.
Step3: Press choose what the power options do and press change settings that are unavailable.
Step4: Now scroll down to shut down settings and uncheck turn on fast startup.
Step5: Press apply button and close tab.
Step6: Restart the computer.
Call Windows Support Number 1-877-242-3672 to Fix Computer Randomly Shut Down in Windows 10
To get help on randomly shutting down problem you can follow above steps or call Toll free +1-877-242-3672 and get connected to windows 10 support number certified professionals. Here the team is working and fixing various errors only on demand of customers via connecting through remote sessions to fix computer shuts down randomly windows 10 not overheating and various issues encountered in windows 10 for USA and Canada users.