Thanks for the reply.
I do get the blue screen of death, but only for a millisecond. Too fast to read.
I also don't have the Windows boot CD...I don't have any of my Windows CD's.
Hmm Im suprised I never said to try to boot into safe mode. When booting up keep pressing f8 and see if you can boot into the first option labeled safemode. If you can, you can easily fix the problem, tun chkdsk and scan your computer for viruses or anything else that may be messing up your boot. Also go into control panel>system>advanced tab>startup and recovery> and uncheck the box that says automatically reboot computer. You may also acutally be able to press pasue key when you see the blue screen. Never tried it tho..let me know if it does work.
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