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The whole point of Safe Mode is to disable all unnecessary
(non-critical) drivers, so that if one of them is causing the problem,
you will be able to fix it. The sound driver is not crucial to the basic
operation of Windows.
As for the restarts, click Start > Run, type "sysdm.cpl", go to the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery, and uncheck "Automatically restart". Start your computer in normal mode; you should get a blue screen instead of a restart. The file name on the blue screen will help you identify the problem that initially causes the error.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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