I have a problem because I installed a new mobo, graphics card, RAM, and processor into a new case for a friend's parents' computer. The only things kept were the cd rom, dvd rom, and hard drive. I installed a 480 watt power supply (logisys, cheap but good reviews) because I was hoping to avoid powering issues. Well anyway, it loads up and says windows failed to properly load last time etc... and asks me what mode to boot in or start up regularly. No matter what I press the computer will start loading everything (I can see partition.system32 files loading) but then it ends up showing a blue screen for a really quick system too fast to be read and then restarts the entire computer. In the bios, it detects all the roms and the hard drive. I'm not sure what's wrong with it but I'm going to try to install new drivers from the mobo next. I also wanted to ask about the anti-thermal grease because apparently a little bit of it got between the cpu socket and the cpu and now I'm paranoid as to what kind of problems that could run into because I've never had it before and was always told to avoid such an issue. What kind of problems could this create, and additionally, could this SOMEHOW be the reason for the system reboots? It was only 3 specks or so but I can't help but be worried. If anyone has any good info on anything that I've mentioned here please give me some feedback because it'd be much appreciated.