My iMac won't shutdown, Happened since maverick.
My iMac won't shutdown after I commanded it. The top bar and desktop icons were disappeared, but the Dock still show.
This happened since Marverick at that time I solved problem with used shutdown shortcut to commanded it again, so it worked.
But in Yosimite my shutdown shortcut wasn't solved, and it happen often. I closed every application before shutdown sometime worked sometime this happened.
I use iMac27" Mid 2011 i7 4Gb of Ram HD6070M 2048Mb. OSX 10.10
Thank you for your help.
Please I very excite every time that I shutting down my iMac. I feel like Oh My God Again! let her shut down.
First please never try to solve a problem by installing a new version of OS X, it just makes the problem more difficult to solve. Because you have done so I would recommend doing an erase and re-install of OS X. Of course have a backup in hand so when you get the machine running correctly you can restore your documents. You will need to manually re-install any applications. Use the Snow Leopard DVDs that originally came with the machine to do the erase and install, re-install SL, update it to 10.6.8 and then test shutting it down. Once it is operating normally then you can upgrade to Yosemite and restore your data and apps.