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There is not a way I know to do this without a factory reset. First you will need to shut down the tablet. Then start up in recovery mode (hold down power and volume buttons). Then use the volume buttons to select factory reset. Your data will be lost but the tablet will be usable again. *You might want to plug into a computer before you reset and try to save what you can*
If that was one of those 40 or 50 dollar tablets you may be out of luck, try holding the volume down button then turning it on. I do also know that some cheapo tablet manufacturers have " cheaper than buying another one " repair
You can do a Factory reset but this will erase all your data.
To go in the Android system recovery menu, press and hold the Power On button and some other key (Volume Up, Volume Down, Home ). The combination is different for the different models.
When you are in the Android system recovery menu, use The Volume Up/Down keys for navigation and the Power button for confirmation.
Choose one by one "wipe data / factory reset".
I don't have one of these, but I did see on the web if you hold down the power button and the volume up button at the same time, the tablet will go into recovery mode and it will give you a list of options to choose from. Use the volume up and down to togle from each choice and then use the power button to confirm.
If you reset it, she will lose all her personal data, but....