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Windows 7: Safemode Registry Tweak

18 Jan 2017   #1

Safemode Registry Tweak


I have a 19" wide monitor that does not support whatever default resolution Safemode uses. The screen goes black when I try booting in Safemode. Where & how in the registry can I force my computer to boot in Safemode with a custom screen resolution? I cannot use "msconfig" because the entries are blank and the computer wont let me select to boot in Safemode. My computer works fine in normal mode, but I need safe mode right now.

I'm using Win7 Ultimate x64,

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18 Jan 2017   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1

Is this your computer at the company you work for, or is it you private home computer.
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