Hopefully you would rather resolve your BSOD issue and the need to boot in Safe Mode in the first place and not live with it!
Can you say it always happens when you do certain things or is it random?
Disable Automatic restart on system error to stop the error on your screen so you can keep the BSOD on your screen:
Right click My Computer, Properties, Advanced, Startup and Recovery Settings.
In the System failure section, untick the Automatically restart box, OK, OK.
Here are some BSOD blue screen of death examples showing information you need to provide:http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/images/Windows_XP_BSOD.pnghttp://techrepublic.com.com/i/tr/downloads/images/bsod_a.jpg
Send the information pointed to with the red arrows (3-4 lines total). Skip the boring text unless it looks important to you. We know what a BSOD looks like, we need to know the other information that is specific to yours BSOD.
Someday, I must learn to post screen shots here.
If you get a BSOD and can't see the info, leave the BSOD up and temporarily adjust the resolution using your monitor settings (buttons, knobs, etc.) so you can see the screen. Naturally, you would make a note of what you changed so you can change it back later - probably the horizontal and vertical settings, left, right, up, down, etc.
If you can only boot in some kind of Safe Mode, choose the option:
Disable automatic restart on system failure
Have any hardware oriented changes been made to the system since it worked? RAM, video card, storage (hard disks, USB devices), hardware drivers?
If you want help fixing it, tell us more about your system:
Click Start, Run and in the box enter:
Click OK, and when the System Summary info appears, click Edit, Select All, Copy and then paste back here.
There would be some personal information (like System Name and User Name) or whatever appears to
be only your business that you can delete from the paste.