Windows 7/ Imac Problem

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    l5foye Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    I have Windows 7 running on an Imac. Due to a problem (loss of internet connection) I put Windows in safe mode to run a system restore. The trouble I have now is how to get out of safe mode. For Windows, it would be press F7 (or is it 8?) . But what do I on an Apple pc? Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Run OSK which is an on screen keyboard from the accessibility options.
     
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    If you have initiated a System Restore, the machine should be rebooting itself and running in normal mode after that.

    Otherwise just reboot it.
     
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    l5foye Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Thanks for the replies. The trouble is after a system restore, it is not rebooting itself. I am stuck with pc being in safe mode and cannot get past that.
     
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    You need to restart and access the BIOS (F2?) and change the boot up from safe mode, save and exit. Then shut down and restart the PC.
     
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    In that case, go to START > RUN and start MSCONFIG.

    Ensure the radio button is set to Normal Startup and then reboot...
     

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