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FROZEN IN LOGGING OFF MODE

My toshiba laptop is running into logging off mode,cannot shut down,cannot use mouse nothing.........it just keeps running as if it were shutting down, and I am unable to do anything.Please help. Brenda from BC CANADA

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    same problem. help!

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Go to control panel , sounds - under windows sign off choose no sound for this event.

If all else fails depress the power button until it powers off (longer than 5-10 seconds) or remove battery. after restart go into bios setup and reset default values and re-start your computer

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Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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