Details of Debugging Mode in Windows® 7
The 'Advanced Boot Options' menu is a list of advanced troubleshooting tools and Windows startup methods in Windows 7 that allows you to repair important files, start Windows with minimum necessary processes, as well as restore previous settings. Debugging mode in Windows 7 is a way through which system administrators determine problems in Windows 7 computers by creating system breaks and looking for necessary information. In debugging mode, Windows starts in an advanced troubleshooting mode that helps system administrator and IT professionals repair startup problems and disable some of the drivers that might be causing issues with system starts up.
Software developers and computer engineers often use the debugging mode in Windows 7 computers to solve problems related to communication ports in order to handle large flow of data and when the system is on a verge of crash and needs fixing. Debugging Mode is an advanced boot option that helps you to effectively troubleshoot your system errors.
To repair your Windows 7 Start up in debugging mode, walk through our step-by-step solution given below:
- Restart your computer and press ‘F8’ key to see the list of operating systems.
- Now select the ‘Debugging Mode’ and press ‘Enter.’
- Once Windows finishes booting, log in to the administrative account.
- Now open your ‘Start’ menu and hit ‘Run.’
- Type “msconfig” and hit ‘Enter.’
- Next, after selecting the ‘Startup’ tab, you can see the list of all your services that automatically start with Windows.
- Uncheck the services that you think must be causing a problem.
To uncheck all the services, select ‘Disable all’ and hit ‘OK.’
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