Run out of battery; rebooted with errors

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My Dell Inspiron Laptop computer, XP Pro went into hibernation mode after insufficient amount of battery was left. When I booted it I realized some applications were behaving weirdly. All of the Microsoft Office Professional 7 applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) changed their appearance on the monitor screen. Like for instance in Microsoft Excel, the work area appeared with the color light gray and some white lines and icons. This should have been a white background with border indention and function icons. And the header should have the file name of the current opened document. All of the other programs and applications were normal except the Office applications. What happened to my laptop?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #104564

Run out of battery; rebooted with errors

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Hi

 

The problem is that your sudden shut down of the laptop have changed the whole laptop so this is the problem that you are facing the corrupted file in your windows. There is nothing happened to your laptop but the problem is that you have corrupted your window or some of the software has corrupted due to which they cause the problem because of:

1. When the system sudden shut down some files are working and not able to recover such sort of shock so they have corrupted some file so you need either to install the window again or install those software which are causing the problem. 

Hope this solution will help you to resolve your issue.

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Answered By 563925 points N/A #104565

Run out of battery; rebooted with errors

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This is normal and should be expected if your computer abruptly shuts down. I sometimes experience this sudden change in appearance whenever my computer needs to be forced shutdown. My Windows’ skin sometimes falls down to Windows XP default. But after another restart its skin is restored back to what I applied before. The change in appearance that I sometimes encounter is with Windows itself and not with any applications in my computer. If all of the applications in Microsoft Office still function perfectly as before I think there is nothing to worry about. It is only the appearance that has changed. If you are not comfortable with its current appearance and restarting your computer doesn’t fix the changes, you may try uninstalling and then reinstalling the whole package.

Sudden shutdown can really cause file corruption in the computer because there are still files open when it shuts down.

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Run out of battery; rebooted with errors

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Thank you for the explanation of what happened to my laptop. I guess I'll just have to reinstall Microsoft Office. And I'll bear in mind to avoid forced shut downs to never encounter these problems again. Thank you experts for helping me here in TechyV. 

Thanks for the help Sharath Reddy and Iamexpert.

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