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Windows 98SE booting up in Safe Mode

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Would you be able to help me find out why my computer with Windows 98SE is
suddenly booting up in safe mode.  After several reboots, it will finally
boot normally.  I have a Pentium III chip with 64 ram and 10gb hard drive.

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boot your computer up  hold the ctrl key and it will boot to the menu

select bootlog text and you computer will log its startup listing all successful and unsuccessful operations.
you may be able to see where the problem is
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