Originally Posted by ScrubbyNinja
There are about 40+ and I'm far to lazy to post all of them.
But its strange because it works first, or even if I restart, but if I actually turn of my computer and turn it back on, it just stops working.
I hate to say this, because I respect the fact that you have come to us for help. But you really do come across as making it difficult to diagnose your problem. We have asked you for information and you have not told us it, and that makes it impossible for us to know what's wrong. For example, even one or two examples of these "commands" might let us know if you are looking at a BusyBox system running on an ramdisk, a GRUB bootloader or some sort of BIOS.
What I can say is that computers sometimes failing to start when they boot up, but working reliably once rebooted, can be caused by using a power supply rated at slightly too lower wattage for the machine. The power requirements peak when the devices are turned on, and if the PSU isn't up to supplying this peak power, things can take too long to start up, and the computer starts booting before key hardware is present.
Then again, it could also be caused by a bug in your computer's BIOS, a loose cable somewhere or a fundamental flaw in the bootloader, so it would be nice to narrow this down slightly.