The upgrade procedure for the Windows 10 runs smoothly. But, I noticed, there is no shutdown, restart, Hibernate, and sleep options available in the menu of Power Options. In short, the Power Options are missing.
When I click on the power icon there is a pop-up which displays ‘there are currently no power options available’. If this is the case with you keep on reading below
If you are exploring how to fix no power options available issue, then this article is perfect for you. We will provide different types of top-notch troubleshooting steps. Below, there are several methods that you can adapt to resolve such an issue.
But, you have to remember that all the methods are not appropriate with your scenario, thus, it is best for you to follow the most potential fixes in the actual way that they are represented.
- 1 The Steps To Resolve No Power Options Available In Windows Are As Follows:
The Steps To Resolve No Power Options Available In Windows Are As Follows:
Please go ahead and have a check on the full post to get the issue resolved:
Method 1: Run your Windows Power-Troubleshooter
While executing any other possible repair methods, first you have to make sure that the operating system of your PC is not able to resolve this issue automatically. Various affected persons reported that this issue was resolved after they follow the Windows Power troubleshooter. Moreover, this method is typically known as the effective method for Windows 10 and also use can apply this method on Windows 7 & Windows 8.1.
Steps To Run Windows Power Troubleshooter –
1). Press your Windows key + R. There is a dialogue box appears, then type the command “ms-settings: troubleshoot” in the box and press enter.
There is a Troubleshoot tab open. But, keep in mind if you are using the OS version which is older than Windows 10, you have to type the command “control.exe /name Microsoft. Troubleshooting“in your run box.
2). Now, in the Troubleshooting tab, you have to scroll down and find & fix other problems. Click on the Power button. Then, click on ‘Run’ to launch Power troubleshooter.
3). Wait, till the initial scanning is getting complete. If the issue is recognized then click on Apply Fix & follow. And, on-screen start to apply your repair strategy.
If the method is effectively applied then restart your system and check either the problem has been resolved or not. And, if the problem of ‘Windows 10 power option missing’ is still, as usual, move down and follow the next step mention below.
Method 2: Use The Prompt Command To Resolve This Issue
1). Press Windows + R and then a dialogue box will appear. After that, type ‘cmd’ & press Ctrl + Shift + Enter, there is a Command prompt. While it is prompted by UAC, click on ‘Yes’ and insert administrative privileges.
2). In the Command Prompt, enter the command written below and restore the default power schemes & then press enter. Command:
3). After that, restart the computer & check if the issue is resolved or not. If you are still facing the same issue, then follow step 1 again and then continue to step 4.
4). In the Command Prompt, type the command written below & press enter. Command:
‘secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\inf\defltbase.inf /db defltbase.sdb /verbose’
5). Then, restart your system again and check the issue.
If the issue of ‘Windows 10 power setting not working’ is not resolved and you are still following the same issue, then move to the next method.
Method 3: Run DISM / SFC scans
1). Press Windows + R and there is a dialogue box appear. Type ‘cmd’ & then press Ctrl + Shift + Enter and there is a Command Prompt opens. If driven by UAC, click ‘Yes’ to allow administrative privileges.
2). In the Command Prompt box, run the below command that initiates the scanning of System File Checker. Command –
3). When the SFC scan is completed, restart your system & check either the issue is resolved or not.
4). If the issue is still encountered, again follow the step 1 and open the Command Prompt box & type the below command that initiates DISM scan:
‘dism /online / cleanup-image /restorehealth’
5). When the scan is completed, restart your system again & check either the issue is resolved or not.
If the still occurs, move down to the next method mentioned below.
Method 4: Use The tool ‘Local Security Policy’
1). Press Windows + R and there is ‘Run box’ appear. In the box, type “secpol.msc” & then ‘Enter’. There is a Local Pool Security Policy Editor open.
2). In this menu, go to the menu tab of ‘Local Policies’ & then click on the User Rights Assignment.
3). After that, on the right side of the menu, double click on the ‘Create token object’.
4). After that, right click on the Shutdown system & select Properties.
5). In ‘Shut down system Properties screen’, choose the Backup Operators & click on Add Group or User button. Then, a window is opened for Select Groups or Users. Minimize the window until you acquire some necessary information.
All the above methods are completely proven to fix the issue ‘there are currently no power options available’. Thus, implement them accordingly and fix the issue immediately.