My PC suddenly stopped being able to boot a little while ago, which I attributed to some kind of graphics driver issue (after booting, the display was just black, though I could hear windows sounds). To address this, I booted into Automatic Repair (by turning on/off three times).
From the Automatic Repair screen, I choose Advanced options > Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Startup Settings > Restart
This then displays a menu on boot where I can select lots of different boot modes. I choose Safe Mode with Networking.
Then, the machine restarts, only to show the Automatic Repair menu once again, and I'm back to where I started. So I cannot seem to enter safe mode at all. Any suggestions?
Edit: I also did enable the legacy safe mode key, F8. This gets me to the boot menu described above more quickly, but the same thing still ultimately happens.