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Can't boot in safe mode...

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#1 McKelly


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Posted 11 May 2010 - 03:20 PM

I was following the instructions to remove Anti-Spyware Soft. I was unable to boot into safe mode using the F8 key option. It would not accept my username or password that way. So I followed the instructions to boot in safe mode via msconfig. Upon startup it went into safe mode, but still would not accept my username and password. Now, I'm at an even bigger issue as I can not get it to reboot in normal mode to allow me to change the settings to disable auto safemode boot. I tried the F8 option and selected "boot in normal mode" but it still proceded to boot into safe mode.

Pulling my hair out does not seem to be the most helpful thing. :thumbsup:

Any help is appreciated.


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