Typically a BSOD is related to RAM. Your RAM may be misconfigured or just bad. If you can get into BIOS, make sure you set your RAM to the manufacturers recommended settings.
The above mentioned tip and others can be found in the troubleshooting guide for no boot/no display problems. Just click on the link in my signature and follow the steps in the troubleshooting guide.
edit: If you have a hard drive error, it is likely a sector problem. If you can, try formatting the disk and then reinstall the OS.
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