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Safe mode I have a virus on my computer and i can't get beyond the screen which says V class quiet stable durable. I have been told to go into to safe mode to run an anti virus program. What keys do i press to get into safe mode?

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The F5 and F8 keys have been used in the past to bring up a short text menu that allows you to choose between a C:\ prompt, Safe Mode and possibly other choices depending on the version of Win.

Early in the boot, tap each of these keys; if one doesn't work, the other might.
Try one per boot, not both during the same boot sequence.

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