We all have our own opinions of course, and often we disagree. Personally I try not to form opinions without sufficient information.I believe the cause of the problem could be any of a myriad of things, from hardware problems to accidental changes to the registry, or malware, or even just a loose connection somewhere. Malware is certainly a possibility, but I think it would be silly not to investigate other possibilities first.In order to be able to diagnose anything, we need more information. It simply isnt possible to offer any kind of reasonable opinion without more information, and it would be most unprofessional of us to offer an opinion without first gathering enough details.If the computer wont boot, even in safe mode, its not going to be easy for Buckeye to read the logs lol ... and I would like to know please Buckeye.. are you getting options offering safe mode as an option or are you getting no sign of Windows at all?Yes, anyone with a reasonable amount of skill can access the drive using another computer and extract the logs.. but it doesnt sound like Buckeye has those skills, nor would he know how to interpret them as DSTM has correctly pointed out.
Mitz from Tips4pc