Booting into Rescue Mode (Load OS without LV'S)

Booting into Rescue Mode (Load OS without LV'S)

It may sometimes be helpful to boot into Rescue Mode (Load OS without LV's) when troubleshooting or applying patches by following the steps below.


  1. Boot with rescue mode

You need to press "Tab" button at the screen where you choose 32/64 bit mode or RUN SOFTWARE INSTALLER :

Modify the line that contains different parameters :

You need to type :



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