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I would do a CTRL-ALT-DEL and look at the processes running. If you can identify the process associated with that program, terminate it and you'll be OK. Sometimes a program stops running and you can't see it on the task bar, but it's process is still running.
release your battery. and you plug it again now, you must turn ON your laptop. after show that desktop/wallpaper, you must to set your power setting. START MENU-CONTROL PANEL-POWER OPTION (double click)-in tab Hibernate, you can see that option. If you will be dissapear that check in ENABLE HIBERNATION, you will get soon in your laptop, not be hibernate mode again.