Cara Boot ke Safe Mode di Semua Versi Windows

Cara Boot ke Safe Mode di Semua Versi Windows

Cara Boot ke Safe Mode di Semua Versi Windows.

 Cara Boot ke Safe Mode di Semua Versi Windows



Jika komputer Anda bermasalah, Mode Aman Windows dapat membantu Anda memecahkan masalah yang mengganggu atau mencegah Windows untuk memulai secara normal. Dengan cara ini, Anda dapat melakukan perbaikan sendiri tanpa harus mengunjungi bengkel komputer.


Safe Mode memulai Windows dalam keadaan dasar menggunakan kumpulan file dan driver terbatas sehingga Anda dapat mengamati Windows dan mempersempit sumber masalahnya.

Daftar isi


Sebelum Windows 10, Anda dapat dengan mudah masuk ke Safe Mode dengan berulang kali menekan tombol F8 saat restart. Beberapa produsen komputer telah menonaktifkan fungsi tombol F8, tetapi Anda masih dapat menggunakan metode F8 untuk masuk ke Safe Mode di Windows 7, Vista dan XP.


Berikut cara boot ke Safe Mode di semua versi Windows.


Windows 10


Di Windows 10, Anda dapat mengakses Safe Mode menggunakan metode yang berbeda termasuk:

  * Layar masuk.

  * Dari layar kosong atau hitam.

  * Menggunakan Pengaturan Windows.

  * Dari drive pemulihan.

  * Menggunakan Konfigurasi Sistem.

  * Menggunakan perintah Shutdown di Command Prompt.


Boot ke Safe Mode dari Layar Masuk


Jika Anda berada di layar masuk Windows, Anda dapat masuk ke mode aman Windows dalam beberapa langkah.

 1. Tekan dan tahan Shift sambil memilih Power > Restart.


 2. Setelah PC Anda restart, pilih layar Choose an option.

3. Pilih Pemecahan Masalah.


 4. Selanjutnya, pilih Opsi lanjutan.


 5. Selanjutnya, pilih Pengaturan Startup.


 6. Pilih Restart dan setelah PC Anda restart, pilih 4 untuk Enable Safe Mode atau 5 untuk Safe Mode with Networking.


Catatan: Jika Anda telah mengenkripsi komputer Anda, Anda mungkin diminta untuk memasukkan kunci BitLocker Anda sebelum boot ke Safe Mode. Safe Mode with Networking mencakup layanan dan driver jaringan yang diperlukan untuk mengakses komputer lain di jaringan Anda dan untuk mengakses internet.


Boot ke Safe Mode dari Layar Hitam atau Kosong


Ada beberapa alasan mengapa Anda mungkin melihat layar desktop kosong atau hitam. Misalnya, Anda mungkin mengalami Windows 10 Black Screen of Death atau ada masalah dengan layar.


Anda masih dapat masuk ke Safe Mode Windows dari layar hitam atau kosong, tetapi Anda harus masuk ke WinRE (Windows Recovery Environment) terlebih dahulu.

 1. Tekan tombol daya dan tahan selama 10 detik hingga perangkat mati.


 2. Tekan kembali tombol daya untuk menghidupkan kembali komputer.

 3. Saat Anda melihat logo pabrikan muncul di layar Anda, tahan tombol daya lagi selama 10 detik untuk mematikan komputer, lalu hidupkan kembali.

 4. Setelah Windows dimulai ulang, tekan tombol daya untuk mematikan komputer, lalu tekan tombol daya lagi untuk menyalakannya.

 5. Izinkan perangkat untuk memulai ulang sepenuhnya dan Anda akan memasuki WinRE.


 6. Pilih Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart.

 7. Setelah PC Anda restart, pilih Enable Safe Mode (4) atau Safe Mode with Networking (5).


Boot ke Safe Mode dari Pengaturan


Jika Anda dapat masuk ke Windows 10, Anda dapat masuk ke Safe Mode dari aplikasi Pengaturan.

 1. Pilih Mulai > Pengaturan > Perbarui & Keamanan.


 2. Next, select Recovery > Advanced startup > Restart now.


 3. Select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart on the Choose an option menu, and then select Enable Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking.


From a Recovery Drive


You can create a recovery drive if you don’t have one already and use it to access Safe Mode.

 1. Connect the recovery drive and power on your computer. Press Windows logo key + L to get to the sign-in screen and then use the steps to restart your computer in WinRE.


 2. In the Choose an option menu and select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart. Select Enable Safe Mode (4) or Safe Mode with Networking (5).


Note: If you don’t see the Choose an option menu, your computer may not be set up to boot from a drive, but you can change the boot order.


Using System Configuration


You can also use the System Configuration tool to enter into Windows Safe Mode.

 1. Right-click Start > Run.


 2. Type msconfig.exe in the Run dialog box and press Enter.


 3. Select the Boot tab in the System Configuration window, select Safe Boot under Boot options and press OK.


 4. If Windows prompts you to restart your computer, select Restart to access Safe Mode.


Using Shutdown Command in Command Prompt


You can enter Safe Mode using the shutdown.exe command in Command Prompt.

 1. Type CMD in the search field and select Command Prompt > Run as administrator.


 2. Next, type shutdown.exe command and press Enter.


 3. Windows will restart in WinRE, sign you out and load the Choose an option screen. From here, select Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart.

 4. Select 4 or 5 depending on the Safe Mode option you want to boot into.


Exit Safe Mode in Windows 10


To exit Safe Mode in Windows 10, simply restart your device.


Alternatively, you can open the System Configuration tool again, select Boot tab and then deselect the Safe Boot checkbox under Boot options.


Windows 8 and 8.1


Like Windows 10, you can access Safe Mode in Windows 8 from the Startup Settings menu in Advanced Startup Options.


You can access the Advanced Startup Options by holding down the Shift key and selecting Restart. However, this method won’t work with the on-screen keyboard, so you’ll need to connect a physical keyboard to your computer to open the menus this way.


Alternatively, you can use the Settings menu to access the Advanced Startup Options menu and boot into Safe Mode in Windows 8/8.1.

 1. Open the Charms bar and then select Change PC Settings.


 2. Select Update and Recovery > Recovery.


 3. Next, select Restart now from the Advanced startup section.


 4. In the Choose an option menu, select Troubleshoot > Advanced Startup Options > Startup Settings > Restart. Once your PC restarts, select a Safe Mode option by pressing 4 or 5 (or F4 or F5).

 5. Wait for Safe Mode to load and you’ll see the normal login screen when your computer starts.

 6. Login with your administrator credentials, make the necessary changes in Safe Mode and then restart your computer to exit Safe Mode.


Windows 7


Microsoft is no longer supporting Windows 7, which means you will no longer receive security updates and tech support. However, you can still enter Safe Mode in Windows 7 from the System Configuration utility.

 1. Search for msconfig and then select the Boot tab in the System Configuration utility window.


 2. Select the checkbox next to Safe Boot under the Boot Options section.


 3. Next, select Minimal to enter Safe Mode or Network to enter Safe Mode with Networking, and then select OK.


 4. Select Restart.


Windows XP


Microsoft also ended support for Windows XP. While you’ll no longer receive security updates or patches, you can still access Safe Mode in the operating system.

 1. Power on your computer if it’s off and press the F8 key repeatedly when the first screen appears.

 2. Select Safe Mode from the Advanced Options Menu and then press Enter.


 3. Select Administrator to enter your password when the Windows XP desktop appears.


If your computer was already powered on, use the steps below.

 1. Select Start > Run. Type msconfig in the Run dialog box and press Enter to open the MS Configuration Utility.

 2. Select Boot.INI tab and then select /SAFEBOOT under Boot Options.


 3. Next, select Minimal > OK and then select Restart when prompted to.


 4. Once you’re done troubleshooting in Safe Mode, repeat the same steps but deselect the /SAFEBOOT option to prevent your computer from starting in Safe Mode.


Solve All Kinds of Problems in Safe Mode


Knowing how to access Safe Mode can help you troubleshoot and complete several functions including scanning for malware, uninstalling software, updating old drivers and restoring your entire system.


You may also be able to troubleshoot issues like Blue Screen of Death errors and other problems involving DLL files and device drivers.


Leave a comment and let us know whether this guide helped you access Windows Safe Mode on your computer.



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