Thanks for the responses.
My W-10 adventure got even better, because something happened (i have no freaking clue what), and i did in fact run into that endless reboot loop. So i nuked it from orbit. I tried to use the installation media i made with W-10 installed. With the CD key i pulled from that same W-10 installation... Why am i not surprised that it didn't work? It said the cd key was invalid (no. i didn't typo it). How the hell is the cd key invalid when that was the cd key used to upgrade to W-10 to begin with?!
So i did another nuke from orbit. deleted all of the partitions, formatted the drive, and re-installed the windows 8.1 that came with the laptop (It may be crap, but at least IT WORKS!). Then i made damn sure i uninstalled, and hid the "upgrade to windows 10" nagware from windows update.
I lost nothing, but time, because i had everything backed up, but i think i will wait a year, or so before i attempt this again. IMO While when it worked it was good for gaming, but W-10 is a bug ridden POS that makes Windows Millennium look like Windows 7!! In its current state W-10 is far more trouble than what its worth right now. Despite the fact that its "free".
I would rather pay for an OS that is "somewhat" bug free, and WORKS. Than be a glorified "beta tester" for a force upgraded "free" OS that does NOT work. So yea, Windows 10 can wait.