Windows 10: Just upgraded. PC crashes after I type password and hit next

  1.    07 Aug 2015 #1

    Just upgraded. PC crashes after I type password and hit next

    I upgraded last night. I am not a noob and in fact work in IT. Anyways I get to the screen that says "Hi there welcome back!" says my name Shamrock. I type my password. Hit next. Then the Curser turns to a round circle and spins for a minute. Sometimes 5 minutes then the screen turns black for 10 seconds and my PC reboots. Over and over. Is there something I need to change in my bios? Cause there are no other options. I haven't tried the "I'm not Shamrock" icon yet cause I am shamrock. I took a screencap where I am stuck. Oh and my machine is awesome fast.
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  2.    07 Aug 2015 #2

    Okay what I did was unplug my pc to stop the reboot process. Got to the welcome screen. Typed in password. And the curser is just spinning. For a half hour. But hasn't crashed yet. I will keep you updated.
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  3.    07 Aug 2015 #3

    Still on the same page icon spinning. Any ideas?
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