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Hi, I have an Asus PRO50G laptop. Last night I shut it down before going to bed and assumed that it had shut down successfully, but when I awoke I found that the laptop had run itself out of battery while "logging off". Now I've plugged it in to the power point, recharged the battery, and it is still "logging off". Ctr+alt+del doesn't work, and I tried turning it off with the button, but when I turn it on again it is still "logging off". I don't know what to do! Any help would be really appreciated! Thanks, Fanny.

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Since the battery totally ran out, hence, now you require to charge it back up kindly do not try to switch on your laptop any more unless you have left it on charger for a minimum of 8 hrs. In case even after charging for 8 hrs it is doing the same thing i.e. logging off then, press f8 key while booting up and from the selection select last good known configuration and hit enter. That will fix everything. In few cases it's also f10 button hence try both f8 and f10.

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