Cannot escape from reboot loop

OK, so what happened was the help of BootCamp version 6 for my 10 Windows drivers installed with Boot Camp. After completing the installation I had to reboot the system to what I did and it kept shut me all the way. First I heard power Mac louder noise, then more quiet one twice. There were windows blue logo as well. After trying to restart the operating system of windows all in vain I see more no blue logo, I can't access content menu troubleshooting not nothing. All I have on the screen when you turn on my iMac is constant power on the noise, a hard and twice in the quiet row. He continues to repeat, F8 does not work, I am naïve.

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