Every morning when I switch on the computer for the first time it starts up in safe mode. I dont do anything other than get to the start window where I just ask the computer to restart. The computer then starts up normally with no problems. It does not matter how many times I try restarting the computer during the day it start normally. I let the computer turn itself off as normal at night and in the morning its the same problem. The first time I switch it on it goes to safe made.
I do not switch it off via the power button, I just let windows power itself down!
If, when your are starting the PC, you press F8 you will get a menu with options to start the pc - check what is set as default there (it may well be safe mode) and check what the options are to change it.
What happens if you power off the machine during the day and then restart, does it go into safe-mode or start normally?
Try going into the BIOS and Disabling "Quick Power on Test" - this runs a longer RAM test when the system starts, and gives devices, particularly the Hard Drive, a little more time to get going and warm up.
It sounds a lot like a hardware issue, related to "warm-up" time with the symptoms you describe.
You don't do anything different at night do you - such as unplug or switch off at the mains - I've assumed you didn't or that would have been too obvious.
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