donnnnnnn June 17, 2012 at 08:23:07 Specs: Windows XP, pent 4 / 3 gig ram
ok i had problem hitting the key on start up to get in safe mode to do some reg editing cleaning . so in normal mode i ms config and clicked the safe boot mode option ie or ctlr alt delete . select safe mode boot . then restart and got in safe mode . now i cannt go back to normal mode. the options not the same or not in the area it was when in normal mode. I search for taskman fond 3 of them they all protected but i have pass to use and it wont load the program exe . how do i get it so where it will on reboot go back to normal booting . so far everey time i boot even when i do hit the key for select options of boot and ask to boot normally from when last it worked right it still brings me to safemode . it because it still set to safe mode on boot . im stumpped please help . tis is win xp pro dell optiplex 745 service pack 3 . please give detailed . im reading my repair software manul it talks of editing files . little nervous of this . but wouldlike to change the boot back so can get normal boot . thanks a bunch oh . someone give me this computer i have no recovery disc no cd burner . i have a floppy though in case need to edit boot files or something make a bootable i guess idk ..
i wish i could . i go to ms config and it not the same as normal mode wher eyou can select the ini or the mode then reboot. hmm weird it is now there . i had checked before and it wasnt . maybe the software device was disabled or something . thanks bro i see it . i recheck and i see it so alls good .. ah i forgot which one to choose . i know i had mcafe on there and it would not let me change nothing but i since wiped that clean in safe mode maybe that why or i had turn off program to run faster before . but msconfig is showing boot option configs now . maybe i just boot all then go back to custom ?
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