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y4891t

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I just wonder that is there any way to review an information window that showed even before windows starts to load. (like the one that shows you the options like safe boot etc. when windows couldn't load successfully last time) Is there any log file or something like that to view it again in Windows? (using windows xp professional sp2)
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An information windows that appears before Windows starts to load isn't going to be stored anywhere because there isn't anything to take a shot of it. If you want to see it again you'd have to start the computer again.
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You can find pictures of those windows on the internet by doing a Google search. This one for instance shows the Windows Advanced Options Menu, where you can choose Safe Mode.

http://pcsupport.abo...afemodexp_2.htm
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Thanks very much, maybe it's stupid but I was actually wondering if it's possible to know if an advanced menu screen did or did not appear. (If you missed it) But I assume it's not.
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Yup, I missed that, sorry :)

As Neil said, no, there is no way to do this.
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