What’s the symptom when booting into Normal Mode? Does any error message appear?
What’s the symptom of the middle part of screen when booting into Safe Mode?
Does the process bar appear when booting the system?
To repair problems caused by problematic drivers when the computer does not start in Safe Mode, follow these steps:
1.Insert a Windows Server 2008 disk. Restart the computer and then load System Recovery Tools.
2.Click Command Prompt. At the command prompt, type Notepad %windir%\ntbtlog.txt. Notepad opens and displays the boot log.
3.Compare the boot log created when the system failed to start in safe mode to a boot log created when the system started successfully in safe mode. If you do not have a boot
log that was created when the system started successfully in safe mode, create a boot log on a similarly configured computer by starting it in safe mode. The driver that is causing safe mode to fail is one of the drivers that is not listed in the boot log
that was created when the system failed, but is listed with “Loaded driver…” in the boot log created when safe mode started successfully.
4.Replace the driver file with a working version, using the Copy command at the command prompt. Start by replacing or deleting drivers that have been recently installed or updated.
After replacing a driver, repeat this process until the system starts successfully in normal mode.
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