Question about Dell Latitude D800 Notebook
You did not specify what OS you are using.
The only solution I have for you is rather drastic but guaranteed.
Disconnect your laptop from the main power supply, close the laptop lid, flip it over and remove the battery and re-insert it.
Voila!! You have perform a dirty shutdown and any file you were working on will not be saved.
I advise you invest in an antivirus software with regular updates, I have come across viruses that behaved with this characteristics before.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
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