Using the Safe mode is advantageous to fix any of the Windows 10 problems quickly. In fact, it is one of the primary steps to resolve the system file issue. Moreover, it is helpful to identify the problematic applications and repair the disk problem by using this mode. Beside the superiority of the Dell laptop, there are some of the technical glitches especially difficulties with the software and thus, becomes a major issue to Dell users. It turns out to be a big deal to restart the system while you try to reboot your device in Safe mode or recover your system from the safe mode to normal mode.
While you try to restart your device, then you come across some of the serious issues. To fix it immediately, you may follow the methods below.
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There are two ways to fix the Safe mode issue in Dell laptop. The first one is the easiest method to resolve the issue. But, if it fails to do, you may try the other one.
Restart your system and press F8 function key from the keyboard immediately after showing Dell logo on the screen. It will represent a black screen with different booting options. Navigate the keys from keyboard to select the Safe Mode or Safe Mode With Networking and hit the Enter key to start your Windows in Safe Mode.
If you are facing an issue with this method, then you can use the next process to troubleshoot the Safe Mode problem easily.
Press the Windows key to open the Start menu and choose the “Settings” app(Gear icon) from the left side of it. In the Settings window, go to the “Update & Security” section. Now, click on the “Recovery” tab. Under the “Advanced Startup” section, you have to tap on “Restart Now” button.
It will help to reboot your system automatically. After you successfully restart your system, choose the option “Troubleshoot” from several items. Therefore, go to the “Advanced Options” and open the Startup Settings window. After that, restart your PC again and press F4 or chose the option 4 to while booting will start. It will start your system in Safe mode. If you want to enable the internet, then you need to press F5 instead of safe mode to choose the “Safe Mode with Networking”.
First, choose the option “Troubleshoot” and in the Troubleshoot screen, choose “Advanced Options”. Now, click on “Advanced Startup Options” in this Advanced options window. Modify the settings by tapping on “Startup settings” and reboot your device. While you can see the list of items on a blue screen, immediately press F4 to restart your system in Safe mode. Otherwise, you can choose option 5 to enable the Safe Mode With Networking.
First, reboot the PC and open the Sign-in screen. Here, you need to select the “Power” and “Restart” respectively. Choose the option “Troubleshoot” and Advanced options” while the system starts. Then, choose the “Startup Settings” and tap on “Restart”. Now, select the Safe mode from the list and it will automatically reboot your system in Safe mode. You can use Safe mode with Internet facility to access the internet.
In this article, we have discussed the process of how to restart your system in a Safe mode in Windows 10. However, it will be beneficial for the non-tech savvy persons to handle the System sleep mode issues quickly. Moreover, it makes easy to identify the system files issue as well as Windows register issues by locating the corrupted files. Additionally, it will help to recover the Windows BIOS failure problem technically. Again, by disabling the problematic apps temporarily, it is able to boot your system without any conflict.