Safe bootup code

Mar 22, 2011 at 5:46 PM

Hi! im new to cosmos and im only asking for the code to start in safe mode..

Thanks to all as helping me!

Coordinator
Mar 23, 2011 at 2:49 AM
> Hi! im new to cosmos and im only asking for the code to start in safe mode..

What do you mean by safe mode?
Mar 23, 2011 at 4:02 PM

for example on windows :

'Windows don't shutdown normally osv....' Choose your options :

Start Windows Normally

Start Windows in Safe mode with command prompt

Start windows in safe mode with network

Coordinator
Mar 23, 2011 at 4:18 PM
> 'Windows don't shutdown normally osv....' Choose your options :

That is Windows.
Mar 29, 2011 at 3:57 PM

O.O

what?

.....

dude....

eve with the smallest amount of computer knowledge if you use different operating systems you would se there is no "safe mode" switch that does that.

its coded,

most likely every time windows shuts down it writes a "0" into something like a "running.bin" file (im not sure, im just wingin it right now) and replaces that "0" with a "1" while its running normally.

at boot up it would look at the "running.bin" file and if it has a "0" it skips down 50 (or w/e many lines of code it takes for the safe boot) lines

if it has a "1" it runs the 50 (or w/e) lines of code

 

 

 

*facepalm*

Developer
Mar 29, 2011 at 4:12 PM
Actually its a little bit more complex than that, because it sets specific registry values and only loads certain drivers

On 3/29/2011 7:57 AM, hack3rinc wrote:

From: hack3rinc

O.O

what?

.....

dude....

eve with the smallest amount of computer knowledge if you use different operating systems you would se there is no "safe mode" switch that does that.

its coded,

most likely every time windows shuts down it writes a "0" into something like a "running.bin" file (im not sure, im just wingin it right now) and replaces that "0" with a "1" while its running normally.

at boot up it would look at the "running.bin" file and if it has a "0" it skips down 50 (or w/e many lines of code it takes for the safe boot) lines

if it has a "1" it runs the 50 (or w/e) lines of code

*facepalm*