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    How To Boot To Safe Mode From Within Windows 8

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    gammer121™

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    How To Boot To Safe Mode From Within Windows 8

    Post  gammer121™ on 4th January 2013, 10:56

    Getting To Safe Mode From Within Windows 8

    You have a second option, however, this requires you to be booted into Windows already. Press the Win+R key combination and type msconfig in the run box and hit enter.

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    Switch over to the boot tab, and click on the Safe Boot check box.

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    You can also choose the type of Safe Mode you want to boot into:

    Minimal is normal safe mode.
    Alternate Shell is safe mode with command prompt
    Network is safe mode with networking.

    The Active Directory option pertains to restoring a server that is a Domain Controller for your network. Once you have chosen your option click the ok button and restart your machine.

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    You PC will be booted into Safe Mode automatically.

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    If you restart you PC you will just keep getting booted into Safe Mode, to stop this open msconfig again and uncheck the Safe Boot option, then hit the ok button.

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    Finally Restart your Machine.

    That’s all there is to it.




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