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My Asus n73s will not start. The screen turns blue, restarts and turns black with just a blinking cursor.

It's impossible to restore with the CD. Safe Mode stops at "loading windows \ system32 \ drivers \ disk.sys" then it goes back to the blue screen and then restarts

Is there anything else I can try?

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Bien venue à SuperUser. S'il vous plaît écris ton question en anglais; pas toutes les utilisateurs de ce web-site comprend la langue française et peut pas t'aider. – Lorenzo Von Matterhorn May 3 '13 at 0:44

Most probably hardware error. Either RAM or motherboard, maybe HDD. I'd recommend giving a go to Hiren Boot CD or any other diagnostic tool or toolset you can boot from CD and test your HW. If it finds nothing after a heavy duty HW test, delete HDD partitions, format it, then install a new copy of the OS. But based on your description, I'm quite confident it's HW issue.

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Could be problem with your system or drivers

First try to repair your system by your Win 7 CD .. choose repair system

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the QA clearly states it is impossible to recover via CD. – Lorenzo Von Matterhorn May 3 '13 at 16:57
No, Nadia said -- It's impossible to restore with the CD -- because in that condition we still can do something by win7 CD boot .. at least we save our archive, files or elses .. – matzone May 3 '13 at 17:10
that's not a repair then. its a backup. – Lorenzo Von Matterhorn May 3 '13 at 17:12
Hey .. backup from what ? .. Like I said -- repair --. Just try to fix the crash that might be solved by repair system .. – matzone May 3 '13 at 17:16
read the question better please. – Lorenzo Von Matterhorn May 3 '13 at 17:27

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