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W7 - Impossible restart

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Hello,

My computer is an ASUS G51 with W7 Integral.

I got a serious issue: AVAST was bugging (ring song permanent) and I removed it. Then I restart the computer to achieve the removal.

The computer proposed me to restart with two option only : the repair search or normally.

First, I start with normally but a blue print appeared to explain that something change and stop. Back to square 1...

So, I restart and chose the repair : W7 didn't find any error and stop. back to square 1...

Every time, I restart I got the same screen : repair or normal and the same story occurs.

Therefore, I can't open it.

Is there any possibility to open and by-pass this screen or found the screen with restart in degraded mode ?

Thanks for your help..

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If you boot and press F8 you can get the boot menu. Choose Safe Mode to see if you can get there.

Or in F8 menu you can choose "Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure" so that you can read the Blue screen.

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Thanks, That's what I did and reinstalled from cmd the W7 disk because it didn't want to find a restoring point or any possibility of repair.

I succeed to run setup from the disk and make a new copy. I had to forget on my files in C:.

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