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Safe Mode Bypasses Startup Programs
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Bypassing startup programs reduces system complexity and enables you to see whether a startup program is the source of the problem. Safe mode bypasses startup programs in the following locations or of the following types. Current User, All Users, and Administrator profiles In safe mode, the operating system does not run startup programs called by shortcuts stored in the Start Menu\Programs\Startup folder in the following directories:
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USERPROFILE ALLUSERSPROFILE SystemDrive\Documents and Settings\Administrator
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Run and RunOnce registry subkeys In safe mode, Windows XP Professional does not run startup programs specified in registry Run and RunOnce subkeys. For more information about startup programs specified in the registry, see 29, Troubleshooting the Startup Process, in this book. Advertised applications and network logon scripts In safe mode, the operating system does not run network-based startup programs. To enable network logon scripts in safe mode, select Safe Mode with Networking on the Windows Advanced Options Menu. For more information about startup programs, startup program registry subkeys, and disabling startup programs for diagnostic purposes, see 29, Troubleshooting the Startup Process, in this book. Note
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Your computer might take longer to start and shut down when it is running in safe mode because Windows XP Professional disables disk caching in safe mode.
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To start your computer in safe mode 1. Remove all floppy disks and CDs from your computer, and then restart your computer. 2. When prompted, press F8. If Windows XP Professional starts without displaying the Please select the operating system to start menu, restart your computer. Press F8 after the firmware POST process completes, but before Windows XP Professional displays graphical output. 3. From the Windows Advanced Options Menu, select a safe mode option listed in Table C-3. Table C-3 also lists other options available on the Windows Advanced Options Menu.
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Options on the Windows Advanced Options Menu
Description Loads the minimum set of device drivers and system services required to start Windows XP Professional. User specific startup programs do not run. Includes the services and drivers needed for network connectivity. Safe mode with networking enables logging on to the network, logon scripts, security, and Group Policy settings. Nonessential services and startup programs not related to networking do not run. Starts the computer in safe mode, but displays the command prompt rather than the Windows GUI interface. Creates a log file (Ntbtlog.txt) in the systemroot folder, which contains the file names and status of all drivers loaded into memory. Systemroot is an environment variable that can vary from one system running Windows XP Professional to another. For more information about environment variables, see 29, Troubleshooting the Startup Process, in this book. Starts the computer in standard VGA mode by using the current video driver. This option helps you recover from distorted video displays caused by using incorrect settings for the display adapter or monitor. Restores the registry and driver configuration in use the last time the computer started successfully. Starts Windows XP Professional in kernel debugging mode, which allows you to use a kernel debugger for troubleshooting and system analysis. Starts Windows XP Professional in normal mode. Restarts the computer.
Startup Option
Safe Mode with Networking
Safe Mode with Command Prompt Enable Boot Logging
Enable VGA Mode Last Known Good Configuration Debugging Mode Start Windows Normally Reboot
You can also select a safe mode option to use from the startup recovery menu that appears when Windows XP Professional detects that the most recent startup attempt was unsuccessful. For more information about the startup recovery menu, see Last Known Good Configuration earlier in this appendix. For more information about safe mode, see Windows XP Professional Help and Support Center.
Device Driver Roll Back
Updating one or more device drivers might cause problems, such as resource conflicts that prevent devices from functioning, Stop errors, and startup problems. To prevent problems after upgrading a device driver, avoid using beta or unsigned drivers, because these drivers might not be fully tested for Windows XP Professional compatibility. If a problem does occur immediately after you update a driver, you can revert to the previous version by using a Device Manager feature called Device Driver Roll Back. If the problem prevents you from starting Windows XP Professional in normal mode, you can roll back device
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