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WHEN I TURN ON IT SAYS HUEST AND OWNER BUT CLICK ON EITHER SAYS WINDOW CONFIRM CLICK YES AND SAYS BEEN CONFIRMED SHUTS DOWN WONT LET ME DO NOTHING

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Cold Start , unplug AC, remove battery, hold on/off button, leave battery out, plug into AC outlet start normally. If that fails repeat, and when you push the start button repeatedly tap ALT +F-10 both at the same time, if you get to the recovery page you can restore or recovery.I'm not shoud would cause it to Shut Down? If a wrong password is given, it will ask for another.

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SOURCE: Start > turn off computer does not work on XP

Some process running in the background is not letting the system shut down. Use task manager to kill unnecessary processes before pressing turn off. If it shut downs then try to locate the process using taskmanager which is causing this problem.

Let me know if it helps.

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Hi there
It sounds like the hard drive is faulty and has some bad sectors on it. Take the hard drive and boot the machine to rule out any other possibilities of problems with the laptop itself, if it stays on and just says hard disk not found you know its the hard drive.
You need to have the hard drive checked for possible bad sectors and have them repaired or maybe even have to purchase a new drive.

Good luck

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