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Repair Corrupted Windows Safe Mode With SMFixer

Safe Mode is a troubleshooting option for Windows, which is necessary to fix many computer problems such as removing malware, uninstalling applications, etc. You can enter in this mode by pressing F8 key while booting. However, sometimes viruses can corrupt Windows Safe Mode in order to prevent you from removing them.

If you cannot boot in safe mode, here is a simple tool called SMFixer (or Windows Safe Mode Fixer), which will fix the corrupted Safe Mode and gives you back the full control over your computer.

It is quite easy to use. Run SMFixer (no installation needed) and click FIX button and your computer will restart immediately. After restart, hit F8 key to boot in Safe Mode.

Users can download SMFixer (111Kb) free at source here.


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