The purpose of of booting Acer® Aspire One in safe mode
What do you mean by safe mode in Windows Operating system? What is the need and advantage of booting Acer Aspire One in safe mode?
Acer Aspire One is stylish laptop which comes in different series. Acer Aspire 5517, Acer Aspire ZG5, Acer Aspire D250 and Acer Aspire 5515 are some of the different Acer Aspire One laptops. Acer Aspire laptops usually come with Intel Atom processor N270 which operates at 1.6 GHZ for offering an unrivalled system performance. The Operating System in it is Microsoft Windows XP. Keyboard in it offers a comfortable typing experience. DDR2 memory in it is of 1.5 GB. Hard drive which is used for storage is of 120 GB. The 8.9 inch WSVGA displays of Acer Aspire One are capable of offering a maximum resolution of 1024x600 pixels.
The following are the some of the details about the safe mode and the need of booting Acer Aspire One in safe mode:
- Safe Mode
- Accessing Safe Mode
- Need of booting in Safe Mode
The Safe mode is a Windows start up option whose main function is to handle the problems in your system. In the safe mode, the Windows would run with only essential files and drivers. In order to troubleshoot problems, the Acer Aspire One laptops make use of this safe mode. For Acer Aspire One laptops like Acer Aspire ZG5, Acer Aspire D250, Acer Aspire 5515 etc you would have different Safe Mode Option. The safe mode with command prompt would allow you to access the command line. Then the Safe mode with networking would allow you to access the network.
Accessing Safe Mode
You could make use of the advanced boot option to use the safe mode in Acer Aspire ZG5 laptop. For that you would have to press the F8 button constantly until the Windows logo appears. This would launch the the advanced boot options. Then in Acer Aspire D250 laptop with the help of the system configuration utility can enter the safe mode.
When your Acer Aspire One laptops such as Acer Aspire ZG5 Laptop, Acer Aspire D250 Laptop suffer from frequent problems such as the mysterious shutdowns etc then you would have to boot your PC in safe mode. By using the safe mode you could uninstall the software which causes computer hangs, errors and so on. With the help of the safe mode you could check the problems with your Windows graphical display. Then you could delete the files and viruses which cannot be moved through the normal mode.