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I am not directly familiar with your particular tablet, but try this.
Locate the reset button's access hole - usually a tiny hole either on the back of the tablet or on the edge near the various ports and connectors. If you have a manual for the Tablet, it should tell you the location of the Reset button.
Press the button by inserting a paperclip or similar GENTLY into the hole. PLEASE MAKE SURE IT'S NOT THE MICROPHONE HOLE YOU"RE LOOKING AT.
You should feel a soft click when the recessed 'Reset' button is depressed. Hold it down for about 10 seconds, after which the Tablet should reboot itself, and hopefully will now run normally again.
Note that you WILL NOT lose any data or settings by resetting your Tablet this way - it merely restarts the microprocessor which may have frozen.