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You should have a complete backup of your system so that you can re-image it in case you brick the computer.
The steps that you need to take depend on what the program is and how the program works. What is the program that you want to automatically run while in the safe mode?
If the program that you want to add to the safe mode is a service, then this info might help:
Dragon Army Dropout: Adding Services to Safe Mode in Windows 7
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