Goback failed big time as Microsoft made more changes to the OS. I know to never trust that software ever again.
To that screen error message. We resorted to using a camcorder and then played it back frame by frame for such an investigation.
Hope you had a backup of what you couldn't lose.
As to the keyboard, there's a reason why we keep PS2 keyboards around the shop.
I have a Dell Dimension 4300 desktop, bios v. ao6 (the most recent). I went into the bios to change settings to allow the computer to start in the middle of the night to run virus scan, etc. During boot my new microsoft keyboard works only sporadically (I usually get a keyboard failure message...but not always) but works fine when Windows is up and running, so I used an old Belkin keyboard that has sticky keys but usually works at boot...I changed the bios setting but the keyboard stopped working before I could exit bios. The only choice I had was to turn the computer off at the battery backup as nothing else was responding. Now whenever the computer boots, it brings up the screen asking me to choose between safe mode start, normal start, etc. No matter how I choose, I get a blue screen with an error message that lasts only about a half-second (way too fast to read) and the computer reboots. Even after using Norton GoBack to return to previous day configuration...vicious cycle. If I could at least read the error message I might be able to figure it out, but as is I have no idea where to even begin. I do have plop boot manager and ultimate boot cd but I'm not familiar enough with them to know if they'll help.
Thanks in Advance