Start a computer in ‘Safe Mode’ with Networking
If your computer is giving you any kind of trouble, it is a good idea to start it on Safe Mode. Safe Mode is a great feature on Windows XP that allows you to work on the computer while the operating system is running diagnostic test in the back ground. But by default, when you run your computer on Safe Mode, networking features in the operating system are turned off. But in Windows XP, you can also run your computer on Safe Mode with networking features and functions. Do you know how to start your Windows XP computer on Safe Mode with Networking on? As usual - we can help you with that. Here’s how you can do that in a few simple steps:
- Restart your computer.
- Start pressing the ‘F8’ key on your keyboard.
- Select ‘Safe Mode with Networking’ from the ‘Windows Advanced Options’ menuÂ and press ‘Enter’.
- It will take you to the logon screen. Type your password and then press ‘Enter'.
- Click on ‘Yes’ to start ‘Safe Mode with Networking’.
Once you click on ‘Yes to start Safe Mode with Networking’ your computer will start in Safe Mode with the Networking features on.