This article will explain to run system restore in safe mode to recover your corrupt Windows to previous working condition. It is recommended to create a restore point. If you face any system startup error or you Windows goes crazy at any moment, this restore point can help you to restore your windows to previous working condition. You can follow the guide here to create a restore point on Windows.
How to Boot Windows 7/8/8.1/10 in safe mode to run System restore point
There are several method to restore your Windows 7/8/8.1/10. One of the easy method is running system restore point directly from system properties and restore the Windows. If you are unable to boot your device, it is recommended to try booting your computer in safe mode and restore the Windows 7/8/8.1/10. To boot your Windows in safe mode follow the instructions below.
Boot Windows 8/8.1 and 10 in Safe mode
This is a universal method to boot all Windows in safe mode. Follow the step below to Boot your Windows in Safe mode.
- Click on Setting button.
- Now click on Shut Down Button.
- Press Shift key on your keyboard and Click on Restart Button.
- This will restart your Windows in in Safe mode. At the startup screen you will enter the Troubleshoot Screen. You can perform plenty of task here including refreshing your Widows to brand new condition and many more.
- Click on Advanced option button to Boot Windows in safe mode and run system restore Point.
- You will find a “safe mode” logo on the corner of your desktop screen. This shows that you have actually entered in Safe Mode.
Now you are in safe mode. Lets head next to Restoring process.
Run System Restore in Safe Mode.
- Open Run dialogue box by pressing Windows Key+R
- In the run window type ‘rstrui.exe’ and click on OK
- Click on next in the System Restore windows
- Now choose the restore point of your choice, and try to restore your computer back to earlier state.
Note: When you use System Restore to restore the computer to a previous state, programs and updates that you installed are removed.