Power options may be corrupt but it does sound like software problems. Try removing the battery and mains power. Press and hold the power button in for a minute. Connect the power adapter only and try to boot again. You may get a screen asking to repair the startup or run Windows normally.
Further down in the link that I sent you was this suggestion "I have solved this problem simply switching BIOS option ACPI SUSPEND TYPE to S3". Might be worth a try to see if your BIOS has that option.