Boot your PC on Safe Mode for Windows® Vista®
Tips to boost your PC running on Windows Vista
Safe Mode is a possible method to run your Windows Vista with minimum system files which allow you to diagnose different issues with your PC. There might a number of events which need your PC to be started on Safe Mode. The most possible event might be the sudden hard disk crash, which brings blue screen errors on your PC which hampers your work performance. It is possible that malware has seriously affected your PC and in this situation, you will not be able to perform any task on the PC due to the fear of getting your files infected. When some troubles like these come with your PC, the best possible method is to start your PC in Safe Mode. With this method, it is possible to diagnose problems with your PC easily.
It is possible to boot your Windows Vista system in Safe Mode using different methods. The methods are:
- Boot from CD
- Boot from command prompt
- Boot manually
Boot from CD
It is possible to boot Windows Vista on your PC in Safe Mode by using the boot disk. You can use either a CD or DVD for this purpose. To perform this, you need to change the setting in BIOS. This would bring the CD or DVD at first to boot. Then, you need to insert the disk in your PC and restart the PC. It would start to boot the PC in Safe Mode from CD.
Boot from command prompt
You can use the command prompt on your PC for booting the Windows Vista on your PC in Safe Mode. Command prompt is used by the PC to perform many tasks on the PC, using a number of commands. To boot the PC in Safe Mode, you need to access ‘Command Prompt’ from the ‘Start’ menu. When the window appears, you need to type in certain commands for staring the system in Safe Mode.
It is also possible to boot the Windows Vista PC in Safe Mode manually. This method needs no technical knowledge and can be done very easily. To boot the PC in Safe Mode, you need to restart the PC using ‘Restart’ button in the ‘Start’ Menu. At the time of restarting, you need to press ‘F8’ key continuously. This gives you a number of options to start the PC and you can select the option for ‘Start the System in Safe Mode’.