There is a known issue with motherboard capacitors which could evoke your message and post. Can you inspect the motherboard and see if the motherboard capacitors look like these (bad ones?)
What I see is that the machine will have many failures until it warms a little.
The other issue can be an old or overtaxed PSU would do the same. How about some machine description and how many Watts is the power supply rated for?
About SCANDISK. I have a full article about that, but most will not want to do all that work so the easy answer is to SCANDISK by booting into SAFE MODE.
evey time i start my computer i get many error messages and the blue screen while windows is loading. most of them occur in KERNEL32.DLL. i have to try over and over again and eventually windows will load but its hit and miss. also cant perform scandisk because it says there are programs running in the background writing to my disk, even when i've stopped all running programs. i've resorted to leaving my pc on 24/7 out of fear of not being able to load windows again. any suggestions???