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Solved Safe Mode from msconfig, Out of range, cannot login


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#1
I am try do safe mode at windows 8, but monitor tell out of range.
and now I even can not login to windows 8..


what I can do? need help asap, bozz pc.


now I hate win8
 
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broe23

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It should not state that with Safe Mode. Try pressing the Auto Calibrate button on your monitor.
 

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Hi how can it tell you out of range have you tried pressing fn f8 or shift f8 as never heard of being out of range
 

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Step One:

- Click on the Power button at the bottom right corner, press and hold the Shift key, and click on Restart (see screenshot below).

Press and hold the Shift key, and click on Restart.png

- Select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Command Prompt (see screenshot below).

-or-

- Start the computer from the Windows 8/10 recovery USB flash drive.
- Select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Command Prompt (see screenshot below).

Command Prompt.png

-or-

- Start the computer from the Windows 8/10 installation media.
- Select Repair your computer (see screenshot below) > Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Command Prompt.

Repair your computer.png

Step Two:

- Run the following command (see screenshot below).

bcdedit /deletevalue {default} safeboot

bcdedit deletevalue {default} safeboot.png

- Close the Command Prompt window and select "Continue" (see screenshot below).

Exit and continue to Windows 8.1.png

Here is more info: How to boot into Safe Mode in Windows 8/8.1/10. -> link
 
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thanks to guru genet, great solution.
but its did not work for me either.

my fault are set safe mode from msconfig.
so everytime i boot, pc go to safe mode.

and the problem are, when boot from beginning,
the monitor send message out of range.
monitor blank and i cannot do anything.
 

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my problem solved.
i replace the better monitor (around $400), then login screen is appear.

my analysis:
1. this happened, because I think win8 safemode use bigger solution.
2. the cheap monitor before (below $100) don't support best auto res.
3. cable resolution analog vs dvi.

other solution: (not tested) if u don't have / cant borrow bigger monitor.
1. use 3rd party boot tools like easyre for win8
2. use origin win8 disc
then try system restore/ fix startup
 
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genet

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thanks to guru genet, great solution.
but its did not work for me either.

my fault are set safe mode from msconfig.
so everytime i boot, pc go to safe mode.


and the problem are, when boot from beginning,
the monitor send message out of range.
monitor blank and i cannot do anything.
Did you try booting from the Windows 8/10 installation media or recovery USB flash drive?

bcdedit /deletevalue {default} safeboot

I tried that in my computer and it worked.

Removing safeboot:minimal from bcdedit in dos Solved - Page 2 - Windows 7 Help Forums
 

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    Intel HD Graphics 4000
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    Windows Defender, standard user account
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    UEFI firmware (BIOS) embedded Windows 8 product key.