I'm having a problem with Windows 7 on a custom PC that I just built a few weeks ago.
I have installed both Windows 7 and Ubuntu 16.04 on it, both of which have a plethora of problems with the PC.
Windows 7 was working fine for a while, until today, when it started rebooting itself on the login screen.
It starts up like normal, and asks for my password, once I put it in, I get the usual "Please Wait..." message for 5-10 seconds, until it goes black, and it restarts itself.
I have tried booting into safe mode, and restoring to a restore point (Which was from the night before), that didn't fix it, I tried following this this tutorial, but on "Startup Repair", it said that it didn't detect any problems, and all of the files in "CD \windows\system32\config\RegBack", were 0 bytes, which means I couldn't proceed that that tutorial, according to the tutorial itself.
I tried running a Memory Test, but as it turns out, I needed to fully log in and boot into Windows 7 to see the results...
The only thing I did to the PC the day before was ripping some CDs and installing some games, so I doubt any of those would have caused this problem.
Ubuntu has a lot of problems with the PC as of right now, but it at least boots up, displays correctly, and the functions that do work, continue to do so, so it can't be a hardware problem.
What do I do?
Edited by hamluis, 18 March 2017 - 12:10 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Crashes BSODs - Hamluis.