Solved: Suggestions for Restoring Windows Server 2008 in Safe Mode

July 31, 2020 by Steven Colson

 

In this article, we will identify some of the possible causes that might cause Windows Server 2008 to start in Safe Mode, and then suggest possible fixes to try.

  1. At the login screen, press SHIFT + reboot.
  2. Click Troubleshoot> Advanced options.
  3. Select Windows Startup Settings to display Windows restart options.
  4. Click on reboot.
  5. Use the arrow keys to select safe mode and press ENTER.

 

 


How do I start my computer in safe mode when f8 doesn't work?

  1. Press Windows Key + R to open the Run window. Type msconfig and press Enter.
  2. The system configuration dialog box opens. On the Home tab, enable the Safe Start option and click OK.
  3. Restart your computer and it will automatically start in Safe Mode.


If that doesn't work, try rebuilding the HKLM \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ safeboot security registry key (located in System-HIV). Please check the timestamp of the system file in% systemroot% \ system32 \ config. See also time stamp these files in% systemroot% \ system32 \ config \ regback. If you use the following method to restore this backup. Changes after the return time stamp may be lost.

Note. The following method is not safe and is not recommended. Use at your own risk. Please make a full backup of your computer first.

Insert the Windows 7 installation DVD. Reboot the server and boot from the DVD. Press any key when prompted. Select your language, time, currency, keyboard, or input method, and then click Next.
Click Restore your computer. Click on the operating system you want to use restore (it should be empty) and click Next. In system
In the Recovery Options dialog box, click Command Prompt.

(If you don't have a DVD Windows 7, press F8 at system startup and select “Repair your computer.”)

At the command line, check the letter of the system volume. It must be C or D.



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