Ok, latest info.
I decided to do away with the XP Partition and just let Debian have the whole drive, the idea is to make as little changes as possible from the most basic install possible.
It used the entire drive which is an 80GB Drive.
I let it use a default swap file this time of 2.7GB.
It format the drive using EXT2fs.
It pretty much does the same thing. And I still think it may be those same things causing the issues.
I didn't really cite anything last time so my theory was this- http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/APIC
Linux has been known to have issues with the APIC, which causes hard lockups, and the APIC Timer Module not syncing with the kernel is why I believe it said-
<0> Kernel panic - not syncing: Fatal error in interrupt
As a bonus, I entered the command, noapic @ the end of the kernel line, and it got me farther.
So I believe with the noapic command entered the apic is no longer an issue. I believe there is a new issue at hand.
Before when it halted, I couldn't type anything.
Now, when it halts, I can type stuff on the keyboard, although it doesn't actually take commands. What I did notice, is that it gave me a new error-
Something about failing to start a program- /lib/udev/net.agent
Doing some quick research I was unable to find anything about it. I'm still kinda' unsure of what it is. I'm at work again right now, so I'll do some more research and edit this post if I find anything. Again, thanx for your help guys.