If its not plugged in it could be that the battery is low.try turning it off and charging the battery for 3-5 hours.If it is the battery then it may need to be replaced (ebay). If the battery is charged up good.then try disabling the sleep function for windows.If that doesn't work please give me the model number of your laptop and manufacterer.
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If you still have your recovery partition that the computer came with you can do this:
1. Initially you keep hold the power button for around 5 to 10 seconds to turn off your system. Keep in mind that keep holding the power button force the system to turn off. But any of the unsaved data will be lost.
2. At the similar time press and keep hold the zero key simultaneously, now push the power button one time to switch on your system.
3. While the screen is get appeared then free the 0 key.
4. If it any message to select the 32bit or 64bit operating system then you click Next button.
5. When provoked by the warning screen; click on to the Yes button to keep continue with the system recovery.
6. In that choose Recovery of Factory Default Software from the menu and then hit it off on the Next.
7. Choose Recover to out-of-box state option from certain options and then click Next button once again.
8. Understand and recognize this final warning screen.
9. Now finally click Next to start recovery
Do not hold the power button down while pressing the "0" key - it'll shut the computer off again. You just need to push it once to turn the power on and then hold the "0" key immediately after you push the power button on - just like turning on the laptop, but this time you're holding the "0" key down.
-remove battery pack(if you can romove memory ram aswell) and wait 10 mins -now start charging laptop without battery pack for 2 mins -unplUg the power AND press and hold the power button for 45 seconds -REPLUG THE POWER CABLE BUT DONT PUT THE BATTERY PACK YET
NOW OPEN THE LID WIDER YOU CAN PRESS POWER BUTTON YOU WILL SEE YOUR SYSTEM WILL START ONCE YOUR SYSTEM BE READY SHUT IT DOWN PUT THE BATTERY PACK BACK AND CONTUNUE TO USE YOUR LAPTOP
It is a prompt for BIOS password, Someone must have set it up in the BIOS menu. there are ways to reset it. Different models have different ways for resetting. Contact customer care if in warranty. If not try opening it up and take out the CMOS battery and press the power button for about 5 seconds.then switch it on.If this doesnt work try keeping the laptop without battery for sometime.This should solve the issue..
I had this problem for a LOONNGG time. I couldnt figure out what the heck was going on or why it was overheating. I almost resorted to buying a new computer, but thankfully I didnt. About 1am this morning it did it to me again. So i decided to clean the bottom and make sure it was clean. I cleaned it, and just out of curiousity, took apart the exhaust fan housing, and O. M. G. was there a TON of dust and junk in there. It took me about 45 minutes to clean it out thuroughly because I am not very computer savy when it comes to taking them apart and putting them back together correctly. But I would be my paycheck that if you took of your exaust fan housing, and then the individual covers for the fan and inspected the fans, and the exhaust ports themselves, you will find your problem. Since i cleaned it, it hasnt turned off once and the fans hardly run at all! I hope this helps guys!