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How can you disable safe mode for windows 95?
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I dont believe you can and there is no good reason to do so.
If your system dumps you may wish you had it as many times that is the only way to access the system, esp. if you have relagated the old DOS to the scrap bin as the majority of users have appeared to do.
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