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normal mode setting

분류없음 / 2013.05.08 15:58

http://superuser.com/questions/152720/windows-7-how-to-boot-up-in-normal-mode-after-improper-shut-down

 

This has been quite the difficult question. There doesn't seem to be much of anything out there. The only viable solution out there seems to be the following.

WARNING: This can damage your system, use at own risk.

First run a command line window as administrator.

Start Menu > All Programs > Accessories > (right-click & "Run as administrator") Command prompt

next run the following commands

bcdedit /export C:\BCDbak

This will make an export of your Boot Configuration Data Store. You can import it with

bcdedit /import C:\BCDbak   
bcdedit /import C:\BCDbak /clean  

You can now try to disable recoverymode with the following command.

bcdedit /set {default} recoveryenabled No

This answer may work for you, but I certainly recommend that you invest in a UPS for this sytem.


EDIT: You can also display your configuration by running

bcdedit /enum

and

bcdedit /enum /v
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