I was having the same problem several months ago. My problem turned out the be the heat sink fan. It wasn't working. That in turn lead to CPU overheating. I couldn't get into safe mode, system restore, last know good settings, nothing.
I fixed everything by buying a new heat sink fan, but it turned out that the OS files were corrupted. I'm told that faulty hardware doesn't usually cause this problem, but it can. I had to completely wipe the hard drive and re-install Windows7 with an installation
disk, not a repair disk.
I know your computer is new, but I had the same exact problem
and lap tops tend to get hot. I was lucky because I actually have an installation disk that I bought when I upgraded my OS.
Hopefully, this isn't the problem you're having.......If it is, I would think your lap top is still under warranty.
Edited by Booh-kitty, 13 May 2011 - 06:14 PM.