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I can only get in my computer in safe mode.....why

I just switched everything to another case and it will only load in safe mode

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  • rebelmatt3 Mar 04, 2009

    i`m running windows xp pro and all i did was switch to anther case and now , it will only load in safe mode

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Are you running Windows Vista? In safe mode, click on start and type "msconfig" without the quotes. There is an option to boot only in safe mode. Change that and it should solve our problem.

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

  • Shakeel Muradali
    Shakeel Muradali Mar 04, 2009

    When you say you switched to another case, was the motherboard and other parts as before or was something else changed?

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