How to run Windows Safe mode - that is, how to enable safe and stable operation of Windows.
Safe Mode is nothing like running Windows with basic drivers and services necessary to perform administrative - diagnostic. The need to launch emergency mode arises when we have problems with the standard Windows start-up.
WARNING! If the operating system is not able to run in safe mode, perhaps there was serious damage to the system files, which is most commonly associated with damage to the hard disk or other elements of the so-called. hardware.
Apart from the standard option, there are two additional variants in which we can start safe mode:
- Safe Mode with Networking - additionally loaded are the basic drivers and services / protocols necessary to support the network,
- Safe Mode with Command Prompt - besides the basic drivers and services run from a command prompt window instead of the usual system interface (option designed for IT professionals / administrators).
Repairing Windows task for us, and for your peace of mind and hassle free. We advise how to run Windows Safe Mode.
Starting emergency mode.
To run Windows Safe Mode you must first disconnect all peripherals type portable drives, flash drives and other data stores. Then, depending on the version of Windows, we perform the appropriate action.
- Windows XP/Vista/7:
- press the Start (Or a keyboard key Windows) And select the option to restart your computer.
- When restarting, press and hold the F8 key (or press on with półsekundowymi intervals). Use the F8 key before the Windows logo appears.
- After the above steps will see a list of available options.
- Windows 8/8.1/10:
- Press the button Start or a keyboard key Windows (While the Windows 8 / 8.1 key combination Windows + C, Then to the right of the vertical beam, select the icon Settings),
- click the icon Power, Then hold down the key Shift choose option restart
- click in the right order: Solve issues >> Advanced Options >> startup settings >> restart,
- from the list startup settings we choose an interesting option by pressing the corresponding number key or function key (4, 5, 6).
Besides the option to run safe mode, there are also several additional options (depending on the Windows version):
- Enable logging boot. Ntbtlog.txt creates a file containing a list of all the drivers that are installed during startup, which may be useful for advanced troubleshooting.
- Turn on low-resolution video (640 × 480). Starts Windows with the current video driver and low values of the resolution and refresh rate. This mode can be used to reset your display settings. For more information, see Change screen resolution.
- Last Known Good Configuration (advanced). Starts Windows with the last registry and driver configuration that worked correctly.
- Directory Services Restore Mode. Starts Windows domain controller with Active Directory acting to restore the directory service. This option is intended for IT professionals and administrators.
- Debug mode. Starts Windows in an advanced troubleshooting mode intended for IT professionals and system administrators.
- Disable automatic restart the computer after a system error. Prevents automatic restarting Windows in case of an error causes Windows to crash. This option should be selected only if "loop" operation of Windows, when you see the Windows error occurs alternately attempt to restart and re-error.
- Disable signatures forcing drivers. It allows you to install the drivers contain invalid signatures.
- Start Windows normally. Starts Windows in normal mode.
It may happen that the use of the Windows Safe Mode will be the removal of malware, ie. Removal of viruses, worms removal, rootkit removal, removal of Trojan horses, etc. Then I would strongly encourage you to read the post >> Virus Removal Warsaw
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Summary - how to run the Windows Safe Mode.
There are many reasons why you need to run Windows Safe Mode. As already hinted above, this mode is very helpful (in some cases even necessary) with activities such as repairing Windows and / or maintenance. Thanks to him we will have fewer problems with the repair of Windows, damaged due to faulty software, drivers, permissions, etc. Windows Safe Mode is certainly one of the more useful tools in our operating system.