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If your computer always started in safe mode is due a failure on OS or some hardware that was recently installed. Remove the hardware and try again. If you have some USB port connected, unplugged them also before starting up. If none of above try with Win CD in Repair Mode.

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Were appologize for the incovience, but windows


you have to navigate the screen with the arrows and press enter on the option to select it......i would recommend starting up windows in safe mode just incase, let it load, then restart your system by selecting restart in windows.....now all should be fine!! :D

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