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Windows 7: Safe Mode and installation will not startup

14 Dec 2009   #1

windows 7
Safe Mode and installation will not startup

Hi guys,
i already had a installed win7, but it got in to safe mood, i tried a lot but failed to start in normal mode, so decided to install a fresh copy of win7 n when installed a fresh copy (installation process went well) after installation when (DVD) (recovery media) was ejected system got shut down n when started again started giving message something like (reboot\select boot device n all), but windows did not start.
pls help, i am in lot of trouble...............

n if possible pls show me the way to completely disable safe mood.

thnx a lot in advance all u guys!
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17 Dec 2009   #2

windows 7
Disable Safe Mode in Windows7

Hi all of u Genius Guys there,

Am going through Hell, coz of SafeMode in Windows7,

pls u guys help me to totally disable this safe mode feature or the best n easiest way to come out through it,

thnx in advance guyssssssssssssssssss.
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17 Dec 2009   #3

Windows Seven x64

You really don't want to disable safe mode..(I really don't think you can)

What are the problems you are facing?

What is the model of you computer that you are trying to install Windows 7 on? (example, HP Pavilion Dv5)

Now reading you two posts tells me that maybe your boot device like you hard drive is in the wrong boot order or your BIOS does not see your hard drive.. Have you made any changes to your computer before installing Windows 7? (hard drive, new video card, etc)

The reason you don't want to disable safe mode is that it helps you determine what is wrong with your computer. By installing just the basic drivers to make Windows 7 start-up. Are you able to get into safe mode still, since you re-installed Windows 7?

Hope this Helps..and Happy Holidays:)
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17 Dec 2009   #4
Microsoft MVP


Your computer is booting into Safe Mode to prevent damage, probably from a bad driver or incorrect install.

Boot from the DVD, use Custom install Advanced drive tools to delete all, create new Partition(s) as you wish, then format before you install.

Please fill in your system specs in bottom left corner of your post so we can help you better.
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17 Dec 2009   #5

windows 7
Disable Safe Mode in Windows7

I with deep heart is greatful to all u guys for giving ur precious time to me.

yesterday, from a professional guy i had installed a fresh copy of my windows7, but as i had already mentioned i am going through hell with this safe mode option, pls seriously help me to remove this safe mood option from my system, as my younger brothers play games n all other stuff n dont know the proper usage n not proper shutdown as a result system goes in safe mode and i dont want that.

it was good in xp whenever unexpected happened after a boot or check disk option my pc did not gave me any kind of problem.

I love a lot the graphics of win7, but this safe mode is spoiling all that n making me crazy.

thank u in advance guys.
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17 Dec 2009   #6
Microsoft MVP


You must fix the problems that are causing your comptuter to boot into Safe Mode to protect it from damage.

Study the event viewer>Administrative views for Critical errors.

Generate a system health report by clicking through the WEP score link at Computer>Properties into Advanced tools.

Study the diagnostic log there, also.
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19 Dec 2009   #7

windows 7

Thnx a lot for ur help guys n spending ur precious time for me,

i need another help from u guys,

can u guys show me a safe method, process, registry entry or way for disabling Usb drive n later on enabling it with a simple method.

thnx in advance.......................
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