Martin said:By default Windows starts only a limited set of drivers in Safe Mode.
You might try to add this key into registry:
and see if that will help.Code:
To put that entry into registry you can paste the above code into a plain text file (using notepad), save as any file ending with .reg and then executing the file (as Administrator).
That is sad, but thanks anyway. That's a great program, it is very handy (when my computer is not broken). Maybe in the future you could think of some workaround. Sometimes people need to troubleshoot their computers, and all they have available is the Safe mode.Martin said:I'm afraid no other ideas. Have you rebooted the machine after entering that key?
Thanks for the hint, Martin. Unfortunately that did not help either.Martin said:Perhaps it might work if you'd run HWiNFO with the Persistent Driver option enabled on a full Windows boot, but I assume that machine is unable to perform such boot.
Thank you, Martin. The latter hint finally did the job. Now HWiNFO64 starts and runs flawlessly in the Windows Safe mode.Martin said:Perhaps it might help to change the HWiNFO driver start mode to "boot" when having it installed in the normal mode.
This might be done using the following command (Command prompt as Admin):
sc config hwinfo32 start= boot
and then try to boot in Safe Mode.