Kā palaist Windows drošajā režīmā (2022 Apmācība)

Purpose of Windows Safe Mode: what is it and when to apply it

Windows Safe Mode is a diagnostic Windows environment that launches the operating system only with the most important services, applications and drivers. Starting in this mode is a typical milestone before troubleshooting security-related issues, deleting viruses, fixing errors, and other troubles.

Starting Windows in Safe Mode launches the operating system with limited applications, drivers, and services. If the error does not happen in the secure mode, the issue is not caused by default Windows applications, devices, or parameters. Based on this fact, starting in this mode is often used to repair typical errors, such as when your PC runs into a problem and needs to restart or Video_Scheduler_Internal_Error.

Previously, the most common solution to boot the PC in this mode was clicking the F8 key several times during system boot, but that is not the solution today. Hence, it is important to learn the best tips to launch Windows in Safe Mode on Toshiba, Compaq, and other PCs.

The mode is possible in several options, and each is applied to solve different issues, each mentioned below.

  1. Drošais režīms. Starts the PC with key drivers and services.
  2. Safe Mode with Networking. Launches the device with key drivers and services and adds those essential for Internet connection to function. It is beneficial when you think you’ll require a troubleshooter or Internet access to download necessary data or updates.
  3. Safe Mode with Command Prompt. This solution turns out to be handy when the taskbar, Desktop, or Start menu fails to load at all.

There are many solutions to boot Windows in the aforementioned mode. Still, options for various versions of the Windows operating system are slightly different. Hence, we offer considering guidelines prepared specifically for your Microsoft Windows version (7/Vista/XP, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 10).

Solutions to Boot Windows in Safe Mode

Solution 1. Apply F8 key in Windows XP/Vista/7

If you are running one of these older versions of Windows, your method includes using the well-known old F8 key.

  1. Press the power button to turn on your computer. Immediately keep pressing the F8 key within 1-second intervals. Keep hitting the key several times. Wait until your PC displays hardware data and launches a memory test. Then you will encounter the Advanced Boot Options menu on your computer.
  2. Šajā brīdī, you will need to use the arrow keys on your keyboard for proper navigation. Select to boot Windows in Drošais režīms (basic, with Networking vai with Command prompt). Hit Enter to confirm your selection.
  3. Wait until the operating system boots. Complete your tasks in the described PC mode, and then return to normal mode. Repeat steps 1-3 but select Start Windows Normally in this case. Hit Enter to confirm your selection.
Piezīme. You can also use Shift+F8 keys altogether. Keep hitting them both down together, as explained above.


Solution 2. Apply System Configuration panel in Windows 7/8/10

This solution rests on the System Configuration panel and loads into your selected mode as long as you decide not to. It works for Windows 7, 8 & 10. This is also the simplest solution to boot Windows 10 into Safe Mode.

  1. To start System Configuration panel, hit Windows key + R, then in the Run prompt type msconfig, hit Enter tad.
  2. Navigate to the Boot tab and then examine the Boot options. Select the Safe boot and then select the method you require.
    1. Minimal one simply boots into Safe mode;
    2. Alternate shell boots into mode with Command Prompt;
    3. Active Directory repair boots into a mode that allows repairing Active Directory server;
    4. Network boots into mode with Networking.
  3. After choosing the mode, select Pieteikties un labi.
  4. You will be asked to reboot the PC. Klikšķis Restart to confirm your selection. The PC now boots into the mode you chose. Whenever you want to exit the safe mode and get back to the normal one, repeat milestones 1-4, but make sure you disable the Safe Mode option in System Configuration > Boot tab.Apply System Configuration panel in Windows 7/8/10

Solution 3. Access the troubleshooting tools

If you are searching for a solution to get to Safe Mode in Windows 10 un 8, you should consider the solutions below. Firstly, select a solution to get to the troubleshooting tools – it depends on whether you can load the operating system or not. The tutorial set forth below reviews both solutions.

Solution 3.1. Opening the troubleshooting tools

If your PC loads normally, try to launch it in Safe Mode (Windows 8 vai 10) without F8.

  1. All you should do is to turn your PC on and press Restart while holding the Shift key. You can locate Restart button in the login screen or the Windows menu (depicted below).
  2. Another solution to access the secure mode is through Windows Settings. Press Windows + I key simultaneously; this reveals the Iestatījumi logs. Šajā brīdī, locate an option named Update and Security, and choose it. Then, go to Recovery cilne. You will encounter Advanced Startup panel, choose Restart Now below it. Drošais režīms - Access the troubleshooting tools

Tomēr, if your PC does not load properly, you must try one of the following solutions.

If you have issues launching the operating system, try loading from a USB recovery drive. You can make one using another workstation. You can also try the solution with an F8 key, but it does not function in all instances – it depends on your PC brand. Whatever method you access in recovery mode will let you boot Windows in Safe Mode.

Solution 3.2. Applying the troubleshooting options

Solutions set forth previously will give you access to a special menu where you can select from rendered troubleshooting tools. In this area, choose Troubleshoot, tad Advanced options. Then, choose Startup Settings (vai Windows Startup Settings). Pēc tam, select the Restart pogu. Šajā brīdī, select one from F1-F9 buttons, depending on what you intend to do (piemēram, F4, F5 vai F6).

Drošais režīms - Applying the troubleshooting options


Do not get messed up if, after a restart, your PC shows a black screen with the same options – apply arrow keys to select the correct version of Safe Mode, and simply hit Enter to proceed.

Solution 4. Force entering Automatic Repair mode in Windows 10

Interrupting common Windows startup three times consequently reveals Automatic Repair mode. You can select this mode to start Windows 10 in Drošais režīms while loading. To launch the Automatic Repair one, you must interrupt common Windows 10 startups repeatedly. Adhere to the below-mentioned tutorial carefully.

  1. To interrupt the loading procedure, apply the Power or Reset button. If you select the Power button, you should keep it pressed within at least 4 seconds to force turn down. Then switch on the PC, and force shut down again. You should power on – force shutdown (interrupt the startup) three times repeatedly.
  2. You will discover that Windows is attempting to access Automatic repair mode when it shows “Preparing Automatic Repair” on the screen.
  3. You may be asked to select the user account. Select the one with admin’s rights, and provide the password.
  4. Wait until Windows starts. Select the second option when asked whether you want to reboot or enter Advanced options.
  5. Follow guidelines set forth in Method 3.2.Force entering Automatic Repair mode in Windows 10

In case you are using Windows 10 and you are experiencing issues with a blank device’s screen, we recommend checking the recommendations mentioned in official Microsoft’s website.

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