Originally Posted by Baez
Press F8 before the Windows loading screen appears. Select Last Known Good Configuration. If that doesn't work for you do it again but this time select Safe Mode and uninstall your video camera drivers and see if you can boot normally again.
The Last Known Good Configuration didn't work. I went into safe mode and uninstalled the camera software, and that didn't work either. It freezes up now before everything is loaded, and the CTRL+ALT+DELETE key isn't responding either.
Nevermind, it's working now. It just took really long to load so the computer froze up for a few minutes. I'm still keeping my camera software off of there cause it gave Windows a serious error which caused the blue screen to pop up.