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System in safemode, restart windows normally doesn't cancel safemode neither does earlier configaration Help

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  • Hello info88784, "I've read your situation, and I suggest that you can do the following. "Restart the computer, once you see the "Prompt Screen" to Press F2 or Press F12, quickly "Tap! the [DEL]key, located at the top [Right]next to the Scroll Lock, and END keys." You will know if you done it correctly, when you see the {Windows Boot Manager} Heading on the screen; at the bottom of the screen, it will read "Recovery Environment." Note: The wording may differ depending on the type & model computer you have. Now, there will be a long list of "Options" to choose from, select the option that best describes; Try each to fix the problem: Startup Repair, "Repair My Computer, and System Restore; or next time, "Press the [F8] button the next time you "Bootup" and choose the more {Advanced Options} select whatt best decribes; " In the [Systems Recovery] windows, "Configure Last Known Good Boot!" Follow all the instructions, and I hope all goes well. "I would appreciate if you could find the time to give a "Helpful Rating, its my only reward," knowing I could be of assistance! Thanks alot, paul7of9

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I see that you are experiencing an issue with windows booting up and that it just restartrs all of a sudden.

well something in windows may have got corrupted this can be one of the causes or a possible software added can also do this to windows depends.

What we can do is as soon as you power the system on keep on tapping F8, this should show you options like Safemode, Safemode with Networking things like I said once you see this windows or page select safemode then press enter.

Hopefully it boots in Safemode if it does then you can do a system restore on the machine to restore it at least to adat when it was working properly.

System restore can be found by Clicking on Start, then All prgorams, Accessories, then system Tools you will see system restore this will give you the option to restore back to an earlier time and date.

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select Safemode.

Once you are in safemode, follow the below steps :

  1. Log on to Windows as Administrator.
  2. Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Restore. System Restore starts.
  3. On the Welcome to System Restore page, click Restore my computer to an earlier time (if it is not already selected), and then click Next.
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