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How to boot PC in safe mode?

Administrator Jul-29th, 2018 7:44 1 0

Method-I:

1.
Open Run (Windows+R), type MSCONFIG and click OK


2. Click on Boot
3. Give Tick mark on Safe Boot


4. Click on Apply and OK
5. Restart the system to boot in safe mode.

Note: Follow the same procedure and remove check mark from the Safe Boot to start the system in Normal Mode.


Method II:

To start Windows 7/Vista/XP in Safe Mode with Networking:

1. Immediately after the computer is powered on or restarted (usually after you hear your computer beep), tap the F8 key in 1 second intervals.    

2. After your computer displays hardware information and runs a memory test, the Advanced Boot Options menu will appear.    

3. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode  and press ENTER. For more information about Safe Mode options, click here for Windows XP or click here for Windows Vista/Windows 7.

4. When you are finished troubleshooting, repeat steps 1-3 and select Start Windows Normally to return to your normal Windows configuration.

To start Windows 8 in safe mode:

1. At the Windows 8 login screen: hold the Shift key, click Power and then click Restart.

2. Press the Windows key 

C, and then click Settings.

3. Click Power, hold down Shift on your keyboard and then click Restart.

4. Click Troubleshoot.

5. Click Advanced options.

6. Click Startup Settings.

7. Click Restart.

8. Press 5 on your keyboard to Enable Safe Mode. Windows will start in Safe Mode.

9. Click Start 

→ Power and then click Restart to return to your normal Windows configuration.


To start Windows 10 in Safe Mode with networking:

1. Click Start 

→ Power and then hold the Shift key on your keyboard and click Restart.

2. Click Troubleshoot.

3. Click Advanced options.


4. Click Startup Settings.

5. Click Restart.


6. Press 5 on your keyboard to Enable Safe Mode. Windows will start in Safe Mode.

7. Enter your username and password to start Windows in Safe Mode.
8. Click Start 

→ Power and then click Restart to return to your normal Windows configuration.

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