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Windows 8 can't boot in safe/normal mode [Not solved]

Yesterday when i tried to boot in safe mode with msconfig my computer but it didn't want to boot in safe mode .
It loads to windows logo but after that the screen goes black (when trying to boot in safe mode) but the big problem is that i can't boot in normal mode because computer starts in safe mode automatically
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  1. Sorry for my English :)
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    You can boot to installation media or a Recovery Drive to access a command prompt to run the following command, which will instruct the boot loader to provide you with the Startup Settings, press Enter to boot normally:

    BCDEdit /Set {bootmgr} displaybootmenu yes

    This is covered by Microsoft Support here.

    You could also potentially use the following to remove the instructions to boot safe mode:

    BCDEdit /Enum
    BCDEdit /DeleteValue {current} safeboot

    Where {current} is the ID of the operating system entry provided by BCDEdit /Enum.
  3. A man from bulgaria said:
    Sorry for my English :)


    Anonymous said:

    You can boot to installation media or a Recovery Drive to access a command prompt to run the following command, which will instruct the boot loader to provide you with the Startup Settings, press Enter to boot normally:

    BCDEdit /Set {bootmgr} displaybootmenu yes

    This is covered by Microsoft Support here.

    You could also potentially use the following to remove the instructions to boot safe mode:

    BCDEdit /Enum
    BCDEdit /DeleteValue {current} safeboot

    Where {current} is the ID of the operating system entry provided by BCDEdit /Enum.


    Can you give an example of this 'ID'?
    P.S : The id was {Default} :D Thanks man you are awesome!!
  4. The ID is actually a GUID, e.g. {fa926493-6f1c-4193-a414-58f0b2456d1e}. Some well-known and important GUIDS are given more recognizable names by BCDEdit, such as {bootmgr} or {default} or {current}.

    As you seem to have figured out, make sure the ID matches the path you would expect to boot, i.e. \Windows\System32\.
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