Safe Mode Support
The Safe Mode Support component provides a set of registry keys that are required to enable safe mode on a computer running Microsoft® Windows®. When a computer starts in standard safe mode, it uses a configuration that contains only the drivers and services that are necessary for the computer to boot. By adding the Safe Mode Support component to a run-time image, you make it possible for users of your target device to enter safe mode by pressing the F8 key.
There are no services associated with this component.
No other components interact with this component.
There are no configurable settings for this component.
There are three basic types of safe mode: Safe Mode (standard), Safe Mode With Networking, and Safe Mode With Command Prompt. Safe Mode With Networking includes additional network-related drivers and services. Safe Mode With Command Prompt causes Windows to run the command prompt application (Cmd.exe) as the shell instead of running Windows Explorer.
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