Do you see there are currently no power options available error when you click on the Start menu?. If you have seen, then this blog is written for you. in this blog you will learn how you can solve this error very easily. You need to follow some methods to resolve this error. If you can follow the methods well, then you will definitely get rid of this problem. So below are a few methods discussed, please follow the methods:
Method 1: Restoring Power Options
- First of all, open your Run application. You can press the Windows + R from the keyboard at the same time to open it.
- Type cmd in run application and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter at the same moment to open the command prompt as an administrator.
- At the command prompt, type powercfg -restoredefaultschemes this command and press the Enter. After giving the command, when the command is complete, close the command prompt.
- Restart your PC/Computer and check if the start menu options are available.
- If you do not find the Start menu option, then open the command prompt following the same rules and type secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\inf\defltbase.inf /db defltbase.sdb /verbose this command and press the enter. When the command is complete, type exit, and press Enter, then close the command prompt.
- Restart your computer then check if your problem is solved or not.
If for some reason you see that your problem is not solve, then follow the next methods.
Method 2: Using System File Checker
- Press the Windows + R button from the keyboard at the same time to open run application.
- Now type cmd in Run application and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter at the same time to open the command prompt as an administrator.
- After coming to cmd you have to write two commands, one by one.
- First of all, type sfc /scannow this command and press the enter button. When the first command is finished, start the second command. Type dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth this command to start the second command then press the Enter. Each of the two commands will take 10 minutes from you So wait patiently for the commands to be completed.
- Now Restart your PC after completing the above two commands.
Method 3: Using Local Security Policy
- Open the Run command. Press the Windows + R button at the same time to open it.
- After opening the run command, type secpol.msc and press the enter button. you will see Local Security Policy Settings.
- Expand the Local Policies folder and double click on the User Rights Assignment folder.
- Find the Shut Down The System, after finding it, double click on it. Then click on the Backup Operators and click on the Add User or Group. Then hit the Advanced and click on the Find Now button. Find your username under search results and then select username and press on the OK button. Then hit the Apply and click on the OK.
- Close the Local Security Policy settings and Restart your computer.
If your problem persists after doing these, then follow the next method.
Method 4: Using Local Group Policy Editor
- Open the Run command by pressing the Windows + R button at the same time.
- Type gpedit.msc and hit the OK. You will see the Local Group Policy Editor.
- Expand the Administrative Templates folder inside the user configuration settings. and go to the Start Menu and Taskbar folder and find the Remove And prevent access to the shut down and double click on that. Then select the Not Configured or Disable, then hit the Apply and Ok.
- After doing all this steps please Restart Your Pc. And check if your problem is still there.
Hopefully if you follow the above methods well then you will get rid of this problem very easily. You just have to follow the methods carefully. If one of the methods discussed above does not work, then follow the next methods. Hopefully any one method will work for you.