Posted 01 July 2007 - 06:40 PM
Windows starts in Safe Mode when something is preventing it from loading in normal mode. You can check the "Enable bootlogging" option in the same menu with the Safe Mode options. Then try to boot into normal mode once, then boot into Safe Mode once. Then copy the bootlog file (I think it's ntbtlog or something similar in the C:\ or C:\Windows directory) to your desktop.
You can copy and then paste this file into a spreadsheet, then cut the Safe Mode boot off the bottom and paste it next to the normal boot log - and then compare the 2 to see what the differences are. One of those differences is what's preventing you from booting into normal mode.
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