[tut]boot Into Safemode W/o Using F8 Key! For Xp/vista/7

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    [TUT]Boot into safemode w/o using F8 key! For XP/VISTA/7

    Force wíndows 7 / Vista to Boot Into Safe Mode Without Using the F8 Key!
    So you are reading instructions on some article that tells you to reboot into Safe mode. You ask how you do that, and are told to use the F8 key when the computer boots up. But you just can’t seem to get the F8 key to work… so how do you boot into Safe mode?

    There’s an option in the well-known System Configuration utility that will let you force wíndows to always boot into Safe mode… until you turn the option off.
    Here's HOw...

    Force wíndows to Boot into Safe Mode
    Open up the start menu search or run box, and type in msconfig and hit the enter key.
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    Select the Boot tab, and then check the box for “Safe boot” and make sure the radio button below is set to “Minimal”.
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    Once you hit the OK button you’ll be asked if you want to Restart now or wait until later. Either way, the next boot will take you into safe mode.
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    Once you restart, you’ll realize that you are in Safe Mode because it not only places that text in the four corners of the screen, but it even opens up the safe mode page from the help file in wíndows 7 or Vista.
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    Now you can work on getting rid of that spyware…

    Turn Safe Mode Back Off

    Once you are done fixing whatever you were working on, you’ll probably want to turn safe mode off and go back to normal mode. Just open up msconfig the same way as above, and then on the Boot tab you’ll uncheck the “Safe boot” checkbox.
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    This method especially helps if you need to repeatedly boot into Safe mode.

    Just say THANKS! na lang kung nakatulong ako sa'yo.. [​IMG]


    FOR wíndows XP:

    1. Start your computer in normal mode.
    2. Go to Start >> Run


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    3. Type msconfig and hit Enter.
    4. Now click the BOOT.INI tab and select the check box /SAFEBOOT
    5. Just check if MINIMAL is checked or not. If it’s not checked, check it.


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    6. Click on Apply and then OK.
    7.Now you are done. Next time you reboot your computer, it will start running in Safe Mode.
     
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    nice one
     
  3. PCscian

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    just in case guba na inyong F8! hehehe:p
     
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    ang prob e kung dili naka ka boot sa normal wíndows.. dili nimo ma set ang msconfig heheeh'
     
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    mao.. di ba kinahanglan lang ta magboot sa safe mode kung dili na ta makaboot sa normal mode? naa pa man siguro alternate sa F8 kung dili jud mugana...hehehe...
     
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    ang mas maayo pre gamit mo hirens technician tool...
     
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