Windows 10 Safe Mode is one of the most useful options to troubleshoot computer problem that might prevent your system from booting normally. Safe Mode uses the minimum set of drivers and functions to boot up your PC.

But you may at times that you are even unable to enter Safe Mode. Here are some troubleshooting steps you may want to try to fix your safe mode.

Method 1 System Restore

Restoring your computer to a previous point in time when it was working normally can help this situation. Also, it is an effective solution for many stubborn errors. To perform this step, do the following:

1. Open Neptune SystemCare Ultimate, on the top of the interface, you can see a list of buttons. 

2. The second button is for creating a restore point. Click on it and Create a system restore point. You can save the file to an external storage drive.

3. The third one is for recovering from the restored version. You can click on it and choose the version/time you want to recover.

Method 2 System File Checker

1. Type sfc /scannow in the Search menu and choose command prompt to run System File Checker.

2. Wait for the scan to run. Once completed, reboot your PC and see if it reboots in Safe Mode this time.

Method 3 MSConfig

This should be the last option to follow as it forces your Windows to enter Safe Mode.

1. Press Windows + R keys on the keyboard at the same time, and then type msconfig in the text field. Click Enter.

2. Under Boot tab > Boot options, check the Safe boot and Minimal options and click Apply.

3. Reboot PC.

4. Once you are done working in Safe Mode, return to msconfig following the above 3 steps and uncheck Safe Boot.

If you still have troubles in booting in Safe Mode, these links might help you:

How to boot into and get out of Safe Mode on Windows 8 PC

When and How to use Safe mode to fix your Windows 7 laptop