That is good, it means that all is present and accounted for.
Now unplug the iPad. It does not need to be connected for a reset, only a restore.
To reset the iPad press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons down together, keep them down until the Apple appears, ignore the shut off with the red slider.
It can take what seems like forever, wait for it.
That is what a reset is, a restore actually erases the content, then reinstalls the iOS, then you restore what was backed up.
This is much the same as a new installation of Windows.
A reset, on the other hand, erases nothing, just clears the 'cobwebs' out so to speak.
Another thing to do if an app is not acting like it should is to return to the home screen, double tap the Home button to show all open apps. Find the errant app by score;;ing to the left if needed, then press and hold the icon until it starts wiggling and a red - appears. Tap that - to actually quit that app.
Then press the Home button again to return to the home screen.
Now find and open the app you have just quit, 99 times out of a 100 it will work just like it should again.
Try that and let me know.
That and much more info in that PDF above.