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MadaraUchiha

Hi,

I like to make a tool to manage the  reboot,shutdown,sleep etc.

I also like to add an option to reboot into safemode.

I researched and came across these topics:

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But none of those methods worked for me.

I just like to set the Boot in savemode in msconfig to true, if possible without make it popup.

This feature I am talking about:

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I need the checkbox in the startoptions minimal to check and uncheck with autoit and then reboot the system.

But how?


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water

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MadaraUchiha

I haven't tested that yet.

I thought it would be possible with cmd so I thought I can run the command prompt hidden with a specific parameter to check or unchecked safeboot?


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Rogue5099

Running this from command line should do it, I haven't tried it though.

bcdedit /set {current} safeboot minimal
shutdown /r
If you get stuck in a Safe Mode boot loop run this from command line:

bcdedit /deletevalue {current} safeboot 
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MadaraUchiha

Hm, none oft those techniques worked for me... I am on Win7 x64.

Any ideas?:s


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