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Thread: WinMe boot problem - SafeMode




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    Hello guys! my friends PC is using Windows ME. then everytime she boots it keeps on going to SAFE MODE.

    Anyone knows how to repair this?/ to boot Windows normally??

    thanks very much!!!!!

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    a. what happens when you try to boot into windows normally

    b. what happened immediatly before it started booting into Safe Mode?

    c. is the PC overclocked?

    d. what (if any) troubleshooting has already been done?
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    a. what happens when you try to boot into windows normally

    b. what happened immediatly before it started booting into Safe Mode?

    c. is the PC overclocked?
    It just go straight to Safe Mode she said when you first open the PC.

    No its not overclock.

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    I've never seen windows boot directly into safe mode; it always gives a menu. When you get that menu, tell it to boot normally.

    If it is booting directly into safe mode for some reason, try pressing F8 (or F5, can't remember atm) to get the menu and procede from there.
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    I've never seen windows boot directly into safe mode; it always gives a menu. When you get that menu, tell it to boot normally.
    Yah i agree with you minibubba.. i dont know... she didn't give more info on that. she told on the phone.

    Well anyway.... thanks man... your my Hero LOLz!!

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