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  1. Recently I have meet this problem that when I shutdown my laptop, Ubuntu auto restart and cannot shut down. I tried some methods around internet, and I see many other people have troubles with this. Then I want to share with anyone here who have the same problem with their computer. I tracked this for somedays, and I know that it worked successful) ( If I made this topic wrong, please remove it, thanks) If you use hp probook then, it may happen to your laptop when using Ubuntu. Please follow these steps to fix it. I did this step before: - Type in terminal sudo nano /etc/default/grub - then find a line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" - Modify it to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" acpi=force apm=power_off But it's not work because the next line they guide me is not found: Type in terminal sudo nano /etc/grub/modules then add apm power_off=1 under line lp. Save and close the terminal. Then I tried these two steps: And it worked. Step 2: sudo update-grub Step 3: Turn off wifi, wired network hope that help.