So recently I decided to restart my computer after installing the Daemon Tools program for mounting ISO's. Upon restarting I found that my computer would load past the Manufacturer's Screen except a brief view at the boot options (Safe Mode etc.) before the computer would restart again. This would continue indefinitely. So what I've done to remedy this is to create a Windows XP Bootdisk on a Flash Drive which works splendidly, yet I know this is only a temporary fix. I'm wondering if there is any permanent fix to my PC itself. Things I know so far: -Daemon Tools installs a new Disk driver -This could mean a problem with drivers?-The OS does not start without a flashdrive containing the i386 folder and other required files. -My computer does not have an i386 folder in the C:\ directory -FIXMBR and FIXBOOT commands in the Recovery Console have been tried twice already with no results. I feel like I've exhausted all of my own knowledge on the subject so I'm asking for a little assistance.