Originally Posted by CrazeD
Download Memtest86+ and boot from it. Run it for about 4 hours. This will check your memory for errors. Memory problems are one of the most common reasons for BSOD's.
Also, if your BSOD is flashing away quickly, there should be an option under the boot options to "Disable Automatic Reboot after System Failure" or something, but if it isn't letting you navigate that boot options menu, then I guess that won't help either.
I'm guessing it is a RAM issue as well. I would suggest running Memtest like CrazeD said, or just try booting with only one stick of RAM in at a time. If you get it to boot up with one stick, but it fails when the other stick is in, it could just be that one stick of RAM is bad.
EDIT: Yeah if you had 3200 errors, try them individually, and if both fail to boot, try a different stick of RAM entirely.