So, I am pretty sure this will be a unique problem
One of my fellow employees took a cable with a RJ-45 jack on one end, and a USB on the other and thought it would be neat to plug the cable into the wall ethernet jack and the other end into the USB jack on his computer to see what happens. Trouble is the ethernet jack he plugged into was PoE and supplied 45 volts into the 5 volt USB controller and it immediately shut his computer down.
Now, the computer will boot up and make is past the POST without any problems, but when it gets to loading up Windows OS it will reboot about half way through/near the end of it loading. I have detached the USB controller from the motherboard so I could eliminate that possibility it was failing when loading the drivers, I memtested the RAM, the hard drive seems to be fine, and I can easily install Ubuntu without a hitch. But I can't get Windows to work
Any suggestions? My last thought is there is some controller or hardware failure on the motherboard that causes a reboot when Windows loads up a driver as opposed to Ubuntu not having the driver.