Hmmm...that stop error will be the cause of a memory module somewhere. How many sticks have you got installed on the motherboard?
If you have more than one, take one out and test, and vice versa until you find the culprit.
If you can borrow one if you only have one, this would be good
Make sure its compatable though, since I think it might be a faulty RAM stick somewhere.
It'd show why you keep getting errors, and for things not to work, since the RAM controls all data pooling like that, and would be why windows won't install either since it wouldn't be able to load drivers from the cd
I Hope this helps