Windows 8 stuck in reboot loop ' your pc encountered a problem and needs to restart. We collect only some error information, and then let's restart for you"

My laptop was working fine last night, but I left it on and unplugged and he died. This morning, I'm an endless loop of ' your pc encountered a problem and needs to restart. We collect only some error information, and then let's restart for you"

the message appears for a second and then the VAIO logo reappears before the pop blue screen for a second. This goes just forever with no additional info. I can see an additional line appear on the blue screen every time everything as it turns off so it is unreadable.
Help please?
more information: the percentage never bar going past 0% it pop right to the top and back immediately to the VAIO screen.
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Hi Wesley,

This problem could be due to corruption of the system files, I suggest you try to perform auto repair using Windows 8 disc of Windows recovery environment (WinRE) and check if it helps.

To run auto repair on follow computer Windows 8 as follows:

a. Insert the media (USB or DVD) and restart your computer.

b. press on the key F12 (usually it's F12, but it may differ between computer manufacturers) and choose the drive in which you inserted into the installation media.

c. once the Windows Setup window appears, follow these steps:

d. click Next and select repair your computer.

e. you will see an option to choose and then a blue screen. Choose the troubleshooting option and select advanced options.

f. you can choose automatic repair of the advanced boot option.

 

Keep us updated on the status of the issue.

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