Recently my system suddenly had a BSOD condition, which prevented my system from starting in any way, shape or form (Safe Mode, Command Line, etc.). The screen specified the file 'ianvstor.sys' as the source of the problem.
Follwing the advice from someone on a website I booted into another OS on a CD. I used that to rename/delete the 'ianvstor.sys' file. After this, Windows successfully booted, but the File Protection system quickly restored the file and the BSOD repeated. In Safe Mode I had a couple of minutes before the system became unresponsive.
Realising the issue was with Turbo Memory I found out that the driver was called something like PCI Controller. So, in the 2 minutes I had access to the system I disabled the driver.
From that point on the system functioned normally.
Good luck if you have the same condition - it is very stressful!