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Windows 7: what if you previously set the display time for ABO to 1s?

30 Jan 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
what if you previously set the display time for ABO to 1s?

I'm unable to boot into anything but safe mode. I used msconfig to reboot into safe mode, and it's stalling with "Please wait..." for a long time. I see the ABO for a second and then watch helplessly as it moves past the ABO and into it's safe mode stall. This is after I attempted again a user profile move ( User Profile - Change Default Location )
I just want to boot into "dangerous mode", and see what happens? Any other way to get into msconfig before windows tries to do anything? Any ideas???

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23 Mar 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

I logged into an image/clone of my C drive, and then used BCD to fix config issue and create a recovery partition for the "real" C drive. I was able to recover the user account.
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 what if you previously set the display time for ABO to 1s?

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