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Something is keeping it from shutting down. This could be caused by a faulty application or driver. My suggestion is to hold the power button down until the unit completely shuts down. Take out the battery, unplug the ac-adapter, attempt to power it on and then put the battery back in. Attempt to restart the computer.
There isn't only one answer to your question, because there are many problems that can cause it.
So I will list some of the issues I know that cause it and hope it will help you.
1 - Heat problem ( the fan system isn't working fine - need to be replace)
2 - Some connection problem (like memories, HD's - try to reconnect them)
3 - OS problem (try to reinstall the Windows, Linux, etc)
I hope it can help you and if you have more details about the problem I guess I can help you more.
Mark F K, truong808, does the cooling fan(s) blow or come on? If not, the system will sense tha ti is overheating and will shut down to prevent further damage. Also, a thermal sensor may be failing on the Mobo and thus keep the fan from initiating. The cheapest fix is to replace the fan. Worst case scenario is another Mobo may be the fix.