Can you copy and paste the last 30 lines or so of the log files in the next post for me? If you need to get to it, please use Safe Mode by pressing F8 before Windows start up and choose Safe Mode with Networking.
Log file should be locate under the example location above.
Do you have the Windows Vista media (DVD or CD's)? If you do, I would like to suggest you do a Repair on Vista (in place upgrade) - instructions are listed below
You may reinstall your copy of Vista while keeping your files, settings, and programs by performing a
repair installation or an in-place upgrade with the following steps: (Note:
This does not always resolve all issues, especially if the corruption was caused by a 3rd party program or service, you might need to do a clean installation if this is unsuccessful.)
Always make sure you have the means to reinstall your programs, either through an install disk or having access to the installation files.
1. Insert the Windows installation disc into your computer's DVD or CD drive. You must start Windows installation while running your existing version of Windows.
2. On the Install Windows page, click Install now.
3. On the Get important updates for installation page, we recommend getting the latest updates to help ensure a successful installation and to help protect your computer against security threats. You will need an Internet connection
to get installation updates.
4. On the Type your product key for activation page, we strongly recommend that you type your 25-character product key to help avoid problems during activation.
5. On the Please read the license terms page, if you accept the license terms, click
I accept the license terms.
6. On the Which type of installation do you want? page, click
Upgrade to begin the upgrade. You might see a compatibility report.
7. Follow the instructions.
Note: If your installation disk does not include
SP1, and you are updated to it, then you will have to uninstall it before performing an upgrade install.
Start -> Control Panel -> Programs -> View installed updates, then select
Service Pack for Microsoft Windows and click Uninstall.
Note: The following settings will be reset to default:
Computer Sound Scheme
If you notice files missing after the upgrade look in the following folders:
These files can be cleared with disk cleanup as "Files discarded by Windows upgrade".