The blue screen errors and infinite boot and repair loops are becoming the most annoying and laborsome issues I've seen since the Windows 1995 lock-ups. I mean if this is moving into the future I could easily build a realm just for computing in past versions or at least Windows Vista.
Yesterday, I found myself ordering a recovery kit from HP for my desktop that's been out of warranty now for a couple of years. The cost for the kit was really inexpensive and the kit should be arriving sometime next week.
Seemingly enough, I computed on with my laptop; did a usual shut down and went about some daily chores. Upon starting-up, a new blue screen appears and the system goes into an automatic repair loop like a bite from a rabbied dog. The system didn't respond to a hard reset, f11 commands, nothing.
A couple of days before my laptop took the big bite in the butt, I began receiving notifications stating something like the system was unable to connect to the Windows server, and maybe that's the root of the issue. But whatever is causing these issues something tells me Microsoft needs to put this move into the future in major check.