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    Safe Mode (M10000 Question)

    Ok heres another simple question by me
    How do you get into safe mode on a Via M10000? I searched the Adobe Manual but of course nothing was there. I tried all the F buttons and just for reference I am running Windows XP Home.

    Why I need to run safe mode...It is saying the hibernation image is corrupt and can't boot from it so my computer won't start.

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    It should be F8 during bootup, just before the scrolling green bar, it is standard on all XP Systems

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    it is standard on all XP Systems
    No it is not....
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    Really .... is it different on home??

    Every XP Box I have used to bring the safe mode menu up Ive used F8.

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    Keep hammering F8 after post until you see the boot menu come up

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