Your computer is set to reboot after a "blue screen." Turn it off so that you can discover the error.
During the display of the very first screen that shows the manufacturer's logo, start tapping the F8
key about twice a second. (Not too fast, that can cause problems on some systems.)
Soon you will be presented with a black screen with white writing. I think that it is the bottom-most entry, but move the highlighting with the arrow keys to "Disable automatic restart on error."
Press the Enter
key. Your computer will stop rebooting and display the contents of the blue screen error. Many common errors are described here: http://www.geekstogo...des-t43519.html
I suggest that you write down everything that is shown on the error screen just as presented to aid in troubleshooting
If may be profitable to attempt to boot to either "Last known good configuration," or Safe Mode.
If the problem is a driver (and many are) one of those choices may work for you.