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I am new to w2k. Somebody please tell me how to get into safe mode. jonmar
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When your computer starts/reboot press F8. In most computers it is F8. On starting the screen will display a message like 'Press F8 to go to other options'...something like that. Press F8


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That's right after post, where it counts the RAM and before it gets to the "loading windows 2000" screen"
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Thanks for the points and grade
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