Yes - there are still a number of steps you can take before you get to the stage of throwing it out of the window !
Since you have a laptop you probably don't have a Windows install disc. If by any chance you do, then the following steps also apply, but you won't need to create
a disc. The first thing to do is to obtain or create a Windows repair disc. You will find full instructions here, in a BC tutorial :
Note that Win 7 comes in two flavours - 32 and 64 bit - and you need the correct one for your laptop. If in doubt, make one of each. Blank DVDs are not expensive and the wrong one will just say 'Wrong operating system' when you put it in the computer. I have just realised that I am making an assumption here that you have a CD/DVD drive! If you don't have one, post back!
If it doesn't boot from the disc you may have to go into your BIOS and change the Boot priority sequence. If you don't know how to do this, post back.
Power up the computer, put the disc in the drive and re-boot. It will now boot from the repair disc. Choose your keyboard type and language as appropriate, and, if you are using an install disc, choose REPAIR not INSTALL, and then let it go through the repair routine. Looking at the log file you attached in your first post, two Windows files have got corrupted and they need to be fixed. Using a repair disc will usually fix these problems.
If it doesn't, then we will look at ways of recovering your data off the computer before we get as far as you having to do a factory re-set using your laptop's recovery partition.
Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 05 April 2014 - 07:00 PM.