How to enable legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10

01. December 2016 Windows 0
How to enable legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10

How to enable legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10: One of the main issues with Windows 10 is that you can’t access Safe mode in case of emergency, in other words, Microsoft has by default disabled the legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10. So next you need to enter safe mode you need to enable the legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10.

How to enable legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10

Well, in the earlier version of Microsoft Windows like Windows XP, vista and 7 it was quite easy to access safe mode by just pressing F8 or Shift+F8 repeatedly but in Windows 10, Windows 8 & Windows 8.1 advanced boot menu is OFF. With advanced boot menu enabled in Windows 10 you can
easily access boot menu by pressing the F8 key.

Note: It is advised to enable legacy advanced boot menu beforehand in Windows 10 as in the case of boot failure you could easily log on to Windows safe mode using advanced boot menu.

How to enable legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10

1. Restart your Windows 10.

2.As the system restarts enter into BIOS setup and configure your PC to boot from CD/DVD.

Boot Order is set to Hard Drive

3.Insert your Windows 10 installation or recovery media into your CD/DVD drive.

4.When prompted to Press any key to boot from CD or DVD, press any key to continue.

Press any key to boot from CD or DVD

5.Select your language preferences, and click Next. Click Repair your computer in the bottom-left.

Select your language at windows 10 installation

6.On Choose an option screen, choose Troubleshoot.

Choose an option at windows 10 advanced boot menu

7.On Troubleshoot screen, choose Advanced options.

troubleshoot from choose an option

8.On Advanced options screen, choose Command Prompt.

Command prompt from advanced options

9.When the Command Prompt(CMD) open type C: and hit enter.

10.Now type the following command:

BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY

11.And hit enter to Enable Legacy Advanced Boot Menu.

Enable Legacy Advanced Boot Menu.

12.Once the command executed successfully, type EXIT command to close the Command Prompt window.

13.On choose on option screen click Continue to restart your PC.

14.When PC restarts, repeatedly press F8 or Shift+F8 before windows logo shows up to open advanced boot menu.

Also see, How to fix BOOTMGR is missing Windows 10

That’s it you have successfully learned how to enable legacy advanced boot option in Windows 10 but if you still have any queries regarding this post feel free to ask them in the comment’s section.

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