It's odd that even on a clean install this happens. That suggests it's a hardware issue. I'm not sure what kind of hardware could cause this, especially since it works on normal boot (I'm assuming it's not a driver
because it crashes after all drivers
have already been loaded). First thing to do is sfc (Press Win+R, type sfc
and press enter), I'm not sure if this will help because a clean install should not have system file integrity problems.
Are you selecting Safe Mode in advanced boot options on startup (by pressing F8)? If so, I suggest trying to make it automatically safe boot (Press Win+R, type msconfig
, press Enter, under the Boot tab, select Safe Boot). Restart and see if that works.
Keep this thread posted.
BTW, you can fill out your specs here
. That way you don't have to type it every time, and it can be found under each post by clicking "My System Specs