Confirm that it's initiating and completing a full shutdown ("Logging off Windows" followed by "Shutting down")
Did you try removing one at a time each stick of RAM to see if it resolves the issue and isolates a problem stick?
Since you have Kingston RAM they offer the best tech support in the business and guarantee their RAM for life. They will help you test it and RMA if necessary.
Boot into BIOS setup to look over all of the settings. Are the HD and RAM detected and register correctly?
Why can't you boot a CD? Did you follow the steps shown in How to Boot A Computer from CD or DVD - YouTube.
If you don't have a CD drive, then make sure you wrote the ISO to flash stick correctly using Universal USB Installer
then look for it by name in the one-time BIOS Boot Menu by tapping its key at boot, under USB, REmovable or HD's. You may need to expand a listings. 90% of failures to boot disk or stick are user problems.