Follow these steps to see which driver
is in error in Device Manager (likely Display) then disable it as shown and see if it will complete installation:
1, Before bootup, press F8 to enter the boot menu
2, Select 'Safe Mode' and the boot process will begin
3, Once booted you will be presented with the following warning
NOTE: Do not click 'OK' or press Space/Enter
4, Press SHIFT+F10 to open the Command Prompt
5, Type compmgmtlauncher into Command Prompt and press 'Enter'
NOTE: It can take a few seconds to display Computer Management
6, Click on 'Device Manager'
You can now disable (not uninstall) any device that you believe is causing the failure to boot
Information E.G. If your GFX card is whats causing the issue then you can disable it, causing Windows to use the default 'Standard VGA Adapter'. Once you have booted to your desktop you can download & install the latest drivers
If this is not the cause, try wiping the HD of all code before install: SSD / HDD : Optimize for Windows Reinstallation
Make sure you have latest BIOS version update. IF so, reset the CMOS: Clear CMOS - 3 Ways to Clear the CMOS - Reset BIOS
While in BIOS, set SATA controller to AHCI to try install.