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4 Ways to Boot Windows 11 in Safe Mode

The operation method to start Windows 11 in safe mode is to launch the repair option, and after setting the option, you will be able to start in safe mode , whether it is booting or not booting . Also, there are several ways to boot into safe mode.

This page introduces 4 main ways to boot into safe mode.
Please refer to the following page for how to fix the problem in safe mode.

Boot into safe mode from the restart button on the start

  • Open the start menu.
  • Click the power button when Start appears.
  • Hold down the “Shift” key on your keyboard.
  • You can launch the repair option by clicking “Restart” in the power menu.

 If you see an option, go to ” Set options and boot into Safe Mode “.


Boot into safe mode from system settings recovery

1. Click the “Start Button” and click “Settings” in the Start Menu.
 2. When “Settings” is displayed, since the system is displayed, click “Recovery”.
 3. Click “Restart now” under “Customize how your PC starts” to launch the repair option.  If you see an option, go to ” Set options and boot into Safe Mode “.


Boot into safe mode from the sign-in screen

  • Click the Power Button on the sign-in screen.
  • Hold down the Shift key on your keyboard.
  • Click “Restart” in the power menu.

 “Please wait” is displayed and after restarting, the “Choose an option” screen is displayed.
 If you see an option, go to ” Set options and boot into Safe Mode “.


Start safe mode from Windows 11 unable to boot

To boot into safe mode from a situation where Windows 11 won’t boot, you can force a shutdown with the power button to bring up the repair option, then boot into safe mode after making selections.

How to start safe mode in a state where you can not start is also introduced in detail on the following separate page.
How to boot into Safe Mode when Windows 11 won’t boot
  • Turn on the computer’s power switch, and when the startup screen (spinning) is displayed, press and hold the power button until it shuts down to “force shutdown”.
    * Forced termination must be performed twice or more in succession.

    The timing of pressing the power button for forced shutdown is to turn off the power by pressing and holding the power button when the startup screen or ” spinning ” screen is displayed.
    * Depending on the computer, the Windows logo may not be displayed, and the manufacturer’s logo or nothing may be displayed.
    * Even if the computer is running, but the Windows boot screen is not even displayed, try “Force Quit”.

    Forcibly terminate the computer two or more times in a row, and if “Preparing automatic repair” or “Please wait” is displayed, wait as it is. Depending on the version and environment, “Please wait” may be displayed, the automatic repair described below may not be executed, and the “Recovery” screen may be displayed immediately, but there is no problem.If Automatic Repair is launched, the startup screen will say “Preparing Automatic Repair” and then “Diagnosing your PC”. If “Recovery” is displayed, proceed to the next step (2).
    It may take quite some time during the diagnosis, but just wait.

  • When the Automatic Repair screen appears, click Advanced Options.

    * Depending on the PC environment, the “Recovery” screen may appear, but click “Show advanced options”.

  • Click “Troubleshoot” and then click “Advanced options” on the next screen.

When Advanced options appear, go to ” Set options and boot into Safe Mode “.


Set options and boot into Safe Mode

1. When “Choose an option” appears, click “Troubleshoot” and then click “Advanced options” on the next screen.
 2. Click Startup Settings in Advanced Options.
 3. When the startup settings appear, click “Restart”.
 4. After rebooting, you will be presented with the option to boot into safe mode, press the option number on your keyboard to boot into safe mode .

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