Hi guys. I've got a very strange startup pattern. During boot, it freezes at the black "Starting Windows" screen. I then have to hard-reboot, and it enters the "windows error recovery" screen. I chose "Start Windows Normaly", and it boot into windows just like it should, with no issues. I shut it down from the start menu, power it up again and the issue repeats. The pattern is the same with or without mobo drivers installed/updated. Specs: Mobo: ECS H61H2-TI CPU: I5 2500k MSATA: Crucial m4 64GB RAM: 2x4GB 1066 non-ECC SO-DIMM CPU cooler: Noctua NH-L9i Power supply: 19.5V 90W brick OS: WIN 7 64 It's not a power issue I guess, since it works flawless each time I get it working from the "windows error recovery" screen. Could be the cooling maybe. CPU temps are around 43C, so that's ok. But the Noctua cooler heatsink never gets hot, while the smaller components on mobo gets really really hot, especially the ones around the cpu, they are almost burning. Don't know if that's normal on these low profile mobos though. Any ideas?