|If selecting Disable automatic restart on system failure on the boot choices menu that appears when you press F8 does not result in you eventually getting a message on a blue screen that stays on the screen, then you need to try other things.|
Try selecting Enable VGA mode.
That loads everything in Windows normally except that it forces Windows to use default VGA drivers, rather than loading the specific drivers for your video adapter.
If that gets you to the desktop screen, your problem is probably related to the specific drivers for your video adapter. Uninstall the specific video adapter drivers listed in Control Panel - Classic view - Add or Remove Programs, then you can probably boot normally and install the proper software again.
Try selecting Last known good....
However, that usually doesn't help.
If nothing you select in the boot choices menu gets you to a normal desktop...
you may be able to fix your problem by running CHKDSK / R in the Recovery Console.
For more info,
see response 11 in this:
starting at, scroll down to "If that won't work....."