- Posted by Faith Armstrong
- On April 13, 2019
Safe Mode is a built-in feature of Windows that diagnoses a problem caused by a third party on a PC. Along with the other versions of Windows, this feature is available on Windows 10 as well.
Safe Mode disables the third-party elements and terminates the access of all outside networks. Hence the problem won’t repeat itself if it is related to a third-party application or external network. So, you can uninstall that third-party program or disconnect your PC from the particular network. It is pretty easy to boot a computer in Safe Mode but the problem arises when you are unable to recover your PC from that state. Until and unless you resolve this issue, you won’t be able to use your PC to the fullest.
Windows 10 users are reporting that every time they restart their computers, their systems are booting and getting stuck in the Safe Mode. This problem is more common for Toshiba users and hence we have explained this issue from their perspective. This tricky issue might occur due to several reasons. The problem might occur if users set ‘Make all boot changes’ as the permanent option when booting into Safe Mode from misconfiguration. Similarly, a faulty Windows system upgrade from a previous version of the Operating System might also result in a stuck in Safe Mode.
Methods to Get Out of Toshiba Windows 10 Safe Mode
We have explained the most effective ways of getting out of Safe Mode on a Toshiba Windows 10 PC.
Method 1: Restart Your System
Unplug the power cable from your PC to disconnect it, and then shut it down. After a couple of minutes, plug in back the power cable and connect it to a power point. Then turn on your PC and check whether your computer starts normally or not. If your PC is stuck in the Safe Mode again, then press the Power button until your Toshiba PC turns off. Keep it off for a few minutes and then press the Power button to do a force restart of your PC. Move on to the next method if this solution fails to get your system out of the Safe Mode.
Method 2: Disable the Safe Boot Option
Use this method if you have ended up booting your Toshiba into Safe Mode by enabling this feature in System Configuration. Follow the steps given below to disable this feature manually.
- Press Windows logo key and ‘R’ at the same time to launch the Run application.
- Type ‘misconfig’ in the Run box and click ‘OK’ to run the System Configuration Utility.
- Then Navigate to the Boot tab on the System Configuration Utility window.
- Locate the Safe Boot option and uncheck the box next to it in order to disable this feature.
- Tap the ‘Apply’ button and then the ‘OK’ button to continue.
- Click ‘Restart’ on the resulting popup on your computer’s screen.
- Your computer now boots up normally instead of booting in the Safe Mode.
Method 3: Use Advanced Boot Options Menu
- Go to the Start menu and click on the Power button.
- Press and hold the ‘Shift’ key on the keyboard and choose ‘Restart’ from the popup wizard.
- Your PC boots up and display a blue colored screen.
- Click on ‘Troubleshoot’ and choose ‘Advnaced Options.’
- Then tap ‘Startup Settings’ and select ‘Restart’ again.
- The system boots up with a Startup Settings screen displaying an array of different options.
- Press the ‘Enter’ button on this screen to return to the Operating System to boot your PC normally.
Hope you have no more doubts regarding how to get out of Toshiba Windows 10 Safe Mode without any hassles. Note that the same set of solutions goes for getting out of Safe Mode on Toshiba Satellite Windows 10 PCs as well.
Frequently Asked Questions for Toshiba Windows 10 Safe Mode
1)Why is my Toshiba Windows 10 laptop stuck in Safe Mode?
Your laptop might get stuck in the Safe Mode if you have enabled the Safe Boot option in the System Configuration Utility.
2)How to recover my Toshiba laptop from Windows 10 Safe Mode?
Restarting the PC is the best way to get out of the Safe Mode. Apart from this, turning off the Safe Boots option or booting the system using the Advanced Boot options can help you get rid of this error state. One of these three solutions will definitely work for you and bring back your laptop to its normal course of action.