There are multiple ways of starting a Windows 10 Computer in Safe Mode, you will find below the steps for the following methods to boot your Windows 10 Computer into Safe Mode. Safe Mode Using System Configuration App 2.
Safe Mode Using Shift + Restart 3. Safe Mode Using Windows 10 Recovery Drive 1.
Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode Using System Configuration app This method of starting Windows 10 Computer in Safe Mode can be used if you are able to log in to your computer with an Admin Account. Type msconfig in the Windows 10 search bar. Next, click on System Configuration Desktop App as suggested by Windows 10 search (See image below) 3. Nvidia Geforce Gt 440 Driver Windows 10. On the next screen, click on the Boot tab and then select Safe Boot and Minimal options (See image below) 3. After selecting Safe Mode and Minimal Options, click on Apply and OK (See image above) 4. Next, you will see a pop-up asking, if you want to restart your system. Click on Restart, to start the process of Starting your Computer in Safe Mode.
As you can see from the System Configuration Screen, there are other Boot Options that you can make use of, depending on your requirements. Minimal: Starts Safe Mode in standard Windows GUI (Graphical User Interface) with only the most essential services and drivers. Alternate Shell: Starts Safe Mode in Command Prompt Mode. Use this only if you have advanced knowledge of commands. Active Directory Repair: Starts Safe Mode with access to hardware information. This option is used for repairing corrupted hardware data. Network: Starts Safe Mode in Standard Windows GUI, with required services and drivers for networking.
All other steps and procedures remain the same as Windows XP's method. Expand the 'Display Adapters' list and select the ATI graphics card. Click the 'Action' menu at the top of the window, followed by 'Uninstall.' Allow your operating system to delete your card's device drivers and restart your computer to complete the process. You may find out F8 no longer works in Windows 10. In this post, you'll learn how to get it work again and how can you access Safe Mode using other ways. Step 2: Connect the USB drive containing SafeMSI to the PC that you have booted in to the Safe mode and then double-click on the SafeMSI tool to enable Windows Installer service. Note that you must run the SafeMISI only after booting in to the Safe mode. If you’re on Windows 10, refer to our 5 ways to start Windows 10 in Safe mode guide.