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How to Start Windows 7 in Safe Mode

Post by gusri on Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:14 pm

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Safe mode is a troubleshooting option for Windows that starts your computer with a minimal set of drivers and services. This will show you how to start Windows 7 in Safe Mode.
- To Log on to a Different User Account in Safe Mode:
If you would like to change the user account that Safe Mode is currently logged on to, then Log Off while in Safe Mode and select another user account to log on to back in Safe Mode. If you do not have another user account, then you can enable the built-in Administrator account while in Safe Mode to have available when you log off.

METHOD ONE
Through Advanced Boot Options
1. Boot into the Advanced Boot Options screen.

2. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and press Enter. (see screenshot below)


3. When finished in Safe Mode, you can restart the computer from the Start Menu to go back to the normal boot mode.

METHOD TWO
Through System Configuration (msconfig)
1. To Start Windows 7 in Safe Mode -
- Warning
This will set Windows 7 to start into Safe Mode until you set it back to the normal boot mode in step 2 below.
A) Open the Start Menu, then type msconfig in the search box and press Enter.

B) If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.

C) Click on the Boot tab. (See screenshot below)

D) Select Windows 7 at the top, then check Safe boot and dot Minimal.

E) Click on OK and restart the computer.

F) The computer will now restart and start Windows 7 into Safe Mode.


2. To Start Windows 7 Back in Normal Mode -
A) Open the Start Menu, then type msconfig in the search box and press Enter.

B) If prompted by UAC, click on Yes.

C) Click on the General tab. (see screenshot below)

D) Select (dot) Normal startup.

E) Click on the Boot tab, and check

F) Click on OK and restart the computer.


G) The computer will now restart and start Windows 7 in normal mode.
NOTE: If not, then make sure that in the Boot tab Safe boot is unchecked and check Make all boot settings permanent (only stays checked until you OK or Apply is checked) and click OK in the screenshot below step 1. You can still make changes to Msconfig later if you want despite the warning. I will confirm it.

That's it,
Shawn

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