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I am currently having problems accessing my PC, running XP Pro. When I power it up it automatically gives me an option to run in 'Safe Mode', 'Safe Mode with Network...', 'Safe Mode with Command Prompt', 'Last Known Good Configuration' and 'Normal' (or something similar). If I choose any of those...
Here's an easy way to add the Safe Mode option to your boot menu. Use this file below:
You can often resolve startup issues in Windows by using Safe Mode to recover or troubleshoot system problems. Find out how to start a system in Safe Mode in this tip.