so I've been given a laptop to try and repair, because sometimes when you send your stuff to the service you pay loads of money for a completely reinstalled PC with no data left etc.
Bear in mind that I'm not any IT guy whatsoever, I'm just reading stuff online and try to fix the problems using the internet which mostly works.
So, when I'm launching the laptop/notebook/whatever, it starts up with 5 options on how to boot the laptop: a) safe mode, safe mode with internet, c) safe mode with cmd, d) last restore point (advanced), e) normal mode.
So when I'm booting it using normal mode, it goes to the point with Windows logo "Launching Windows", it stays like that for 2 minutes or something and then BSOD occurs and instantly reboots the laptop.
When booting using safe mode, it shows all the stuff that is loading and it stops at CLASSPNP.
When booting using last good known configuration/restore point the same happens as if I would be booting using normal mode.
The 2 remaining safe mode options give the same result as if I would be booting via safe mode w/o any additional stuff.
At the BIOS settings the booting priority is set for HDD.
Got a windows copy on my USB pendrive, plugged it into the laptop, changed the priority of booting to the USB stick and when I launched it, there was a screen with "Loading windows files" and the bar filling from left to right, then there was a black screen and just a mouse pointer/cursor and I could only move it and nothing else happened.
Does any of you have any idea on how to fix this problem?