Restore Windows 7 back to its normal mode by disabling Safe Mode in the computer's start-up settings or restoring the operating system to an earlier point in time. Safe Mode is an advanced troubleshooting feature that only enables the basic features of the operating system. As a result, most programs do not run in Safe Mode.
To disable Safe Mode, hold down the Windows key, and press R. When the Run dialog appears, type "msconfig," and hit Enter. When the System Configuration application appears, click the Boot tab, and uncheck the box next to Safe Boot. Click OK to save the changes, and restart your computer when prompted to do so. Once the system completes restarting, Windows 7 should be in its normal mode.
Alternatively, Safe Mode may start automatically due to a problem with your computer. If Windows 7 boots up in Safe Mode even when disabled in the System Configuration application, it might indicate a software issue that prevents Windows from booting normally. In this case, use System Restore to restore the operating system to an earlier point in time. Windows automatically creates restore points before important changes. System Restore can revert your computer to a point in time before an important change made Safe Mode necessary.
To use System Restore, click the Start button, and type System Restore in the search box. Click the System Restore button, and type your password if prompted to do so. Click Recommended Restore, and then click Next and Finish. Wait until the restoration process is complete. Windows 7 should boot up in normal mode.