BSOD reboot loop during start up of PC? How do I fix this?
About four days ago I had a small problem with my self built PC. It all of a sudden shut itself off, almost like there was a power outage. I didn't think anything of it other than it was extremely odd and rebooted it. Upon rebooting it, the only issue I noticed was my wireless adapter no longer worked, so I purchased a new one and went on my merry way.
Two days ago the problem happened again, but ever since the second blackout I have had a serious hair wrenching issue. Every time I start the PC, every thing goes swimmingly until it goes to the windows splash screen to try and load windows. A BSOD flashes on the screen impossibly fast to read, and the PC reboots itself.
I am able to get into my BIOs, I am able to insert my Windows XP CD and get into the recovery console. I am not able to press F8 and choose to go into safe mode, disable the automatic reboot on failure, or use the last working configuration.