Force Windows to Boot into Safe Mode

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Force Windows to Boot into Safe Mode

Post  forumtester on Sun Sep 09, 2018 11:37 pm

Force Windows to Boot into Safe Mode

The easiest way to open the System Configuration utility is to hit Windows+R to bring up the Run box. Type “msconfig” into the box, and then hit Enter. This method should work in pretty much any version of Windows.

In the “System Configuration” window, switch to the “Boot” tab. Enable the “Safe Boot” check box, and then make sure the “Minimal” option below that is selected. Click the “OK” button when you’re done.

Windows asks if want to restart your PC now or wait until later. Whatever you choose, the next time you restart your PC, it will enter Safe Mode.

After restarting, you’ll know that you are in Safe Mode because Windows places “Safe Mode” text in the four corners of the screen.

And now, every time you restart your PC, Windows will start in Safe Mode until you’re ready to turn it back off again.



Turn Safe Mode Back Off

When you’re done fixing whatever required working in Safe Mode, you just need to turn off the “Safe Boot” option you turned on earlier.

Hit Win+R, type “msconfig” into the Run box, and then hit Enter to open the System Configuration tool again. Switch to the “Boot” tab, and disable the “Safe Boot” checkbox. Click “OK” and then restart your PC when you’re done.

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