Safe Mode with Networking
Essentially the same as basic Safemode, starts Windows 2000 using only basic files and drivers (mouse, except serial mice; monitor; keyboard; mass storage; base video; default system services; and add basic network connections). If your computer does not start successfully using safe mode, you may need to use the Emergency Repair Disk created by the Backup utility, that contains information about your current Windows system settings. You can use this disk to repair your computer if it will not start or if your system files are damaged or erased. Emergency Repair Disk is also called ERD.
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