A little update to my original post here, to reflect the changes in my conclusion regarding the cause of my problems. It was most likely due to consecutive improper reboots after E-LEET caused Windows 8 to hang, probably corrupting the filesystem or files. After which Windows 8 refused to boot anymore and then the error while trying to re-install Windows 8, which I had both wrongly thought was due to a BIOS setting I had changed mere moments earlier.
I just tried the Intel I/OAT option in my Classified's 034 BIOS and that caused my computer to stop booting Windows 8 (Consumer Preview). I don't even see any logo or attempted boot by Windows, my computer just reboots in a loop, around and around not getting anywhere. I have access to the BIOS and have reset default settings and tried the secondary BIOS with version 033. When attempting to start the Windows 8 installer from a USB pen drive, it crashes while the animated semi-circle logo is spinning with a Page_Fault_in_Nonpaged_Area (WimFsf.sys)
Currently I am trying to debug my computers symptoms and figure out what is wrong. I have taken out all the memory sticks, re-inserting one of them in random slots and tried disconnecting the SATA SSD drives, but so far I have been unable to start the Windows 8 installer. Always the same debug message.
I booted from a pen drive with DOS, as well as a different one with a small Linux system on and they both worked. I am writing here to gather my thoughts a bit and perhaps get some input from you.
I have taken out the BIOS battery just now, waiting a bit before I insert it and try booting the installer again. I don't have a optical drive connected, so my bootable media options are a little limited.
EDIT: The battery reset did not fix it. The only hardware connected is CPU, one memory stick and the graphics card.
<message edited by Aonoa on Sunday, March 11, 2012 3:26 PM>