What information does the BSOD screen have? That may help determine what is causing the problem.
Sounds like it may be hardware though, memory or hard drive.
You could try the Recovery again but first make sure you disconnect everything connected to the computer except mouse, keyboard and display. Make sure all USB devices are disconnected (except above).
As much as I'd like to tell you what's on the BSOD screen, it only so much as flashes for a fraction of a second before my computer goes to the 'windows could not start' screen with the choice between 'startup repair' or 'launch normally'.
Another bit of information I should've included was that this computer is a laptop. Should I disconnect the power cord? I'm not sure my computer's battery could last long enough to go through the recovery process unplugged. I've also attempted the recovery process twice, while still plugged to the power cord.
In the case that its hardware, what should I do? I won't be able to buy a new component for ages since I don't actually have a paying job right now.
Thanks for your help in advance.