Shutting Down running VM


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RayG
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I created a WIN10 VM started it, logged in and now when I want to shut it down it is just hanging at the W10 shutdown screen This is the content of the wmilog.txt file
Mounting image file 1 of 1...
Scanning disks...
Setting disk online...
Processing volume 1 of 3...
Assigning mount point...
Injecting device drivers...
Removing mount point...
Processing volume 2 of 3...
Assigning mount point...
Injecting device drivers...
Removing mount point...
Processing volume 3 of 3...
Assigning mount point...
Removing mount point...
Opening handles to the mounted drives...
Allocating disk signatures...
Creating definition files...
Initializing WMI...
Loading WMI v2 namespace
Creating virtual machine...
Adding memory...
Adding virtual processors...
Resource settings set.
Adding disk 1 of 1...
Adding to IDE controller 0
Drive index 0
Instantiating Microsoft:Hyper-V:Physical Disk Drive from resource pool
Adding networking...
Instantiating Microsoft:Hyper-V:Synthetic Ethernet Port from resource pool
Instantiating Microsoft:Hyper-V:Ethernet Connection from resource pool
Complete.



It had access to 8GB of memory and 6 of the 12 cores I have available no other VM was running in Hyper-V The system has a total of 32GB of memory with an i7-4930K CPU @3.4Ghz.
There was nothing of interest in the event logs as far as I could see.



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RayG
Windows10 Pro X64 V21H2 B19044.1645 MR v8.0.6635

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