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Shut down your computer. To do a hard shutdown hold the power button down until it turns off. You probably need it to go to last known good configuration. To to this 1. find the F8 key (keep finger on it(not pushed yet). 2. Turn Power button on and immediately start tapping F8 key. This will take you to a screen with many options; Last Known Good Configuration is one of them. It should start up. Hope this helps.
if you cant turn it of try shutting it down from command prompt
press windows key+r t when the run box apears type CMD and press enter type the following command without quotes "shutdown -s" then press enter and it should shut the computer down, if your computer goes back into safe mode when rebooting turn it off then back on and keep pressing the F8 key until a dialog with text comes up, use your arrow keys and navigate down to the last known good configuration box and hit enter it should work
there are numerous cases why the computer keeps shutting down. One is the pc is slow to react, the other is when the pc is in idle mode, it did not respond accordingly to its idle time to come back to its original settings. These are just the samples.
To solve this problem, kindly turn off the computer and remove the battery and cables to it. Then using your forefinger, press & hold the power button in between 8-12 secs. Then reinsert the cables and battery to it. Turn on the pc and let your computer be idle in 30 mins. If in 30 mins your pc will shut down, that means there is trouble on your memory module inside your laptop. The RAM (Random Access Memory) keeps your computer in safe and running condition for it is avoiding the pc to automatically shutdown. That is the time to consult ASUS about this issue...
What operating system are you using? When the power led continues to slowly blink, that means that the laptop is in standby mode and not fully shut down. In Vista, if you hit the power button on the laptop or the power button under the start button, it is configured to go to standby and not shut down. Make sure to hit the arrow all the way to the right and select shutdown from the list of dropdown options.
the most simplest way to shut down your laptop is to override your processing by simply holding down the shutdown button until your computer turns off (do this when all your work is saved and the "Windows is shutting down" mode is on your screen).
This idea is not recommended but will always work.
When you turn the laptop on hit f8 until the menu comes up, try use the last good known configuration. If that does not work tap f8 goto safe mode and then to system restore and restore it to an earlier time. Let me know if it works.
This is generally caused by bad blocks in the Master Boot Record(Table). The drive itself is probably not salvagable. You'll need a reputable reapir person to slave your drive to another system to get the data off.
Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds and then release it. This will shutdown the laptop regardless of what state it is in. If it still doesn't shutdown then disconnect the laptop from the powersupply and remove the battery. Note that this will count as an improper shutdown. After it shuts don put the battery back in and you should be able to power it up.
first, ensure your system restore is turned on and make a restore point right now!...assuming you have run a thorough disk check and de-frag.
then, trust the system restore. I have used it with success 100% of the 20 or so times I have used it. Next, start using the "Hibernate" power down mode. I have found this to work wonders with third-party driver problems. It seems that once a good startup happens, then freeze it (and continue to get a good startup) with hibernate from then on. Last, check about every month for the quantity of restore points that have taken place automatically by Windows. Sometimes, depending on the size of the hard drive, too many points can begin to encroach on your free space that you want for virtual memory or data. So for example, I see 15 restore points in the last month, I will dlete them all by cancelling system restore. Then I use "clean disk" scandisk and defrag. Then I turn restore back on.