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mdorn

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hello im new to the forums and have been experiencing some annoying problems and it only accrues when i have 2 or more programs running at the same time. ill open up a program like VLC to watch a movie on one screen and on my second i will have a program like pandora or an emulator playing at the same time. when i do this both programs on my screens will what i like to call digitize themselves and completely freeze my computer then blue screen. my computer is an ACER predator that has windows 7 ultimate 64-bit service pack 1
the specs are;
ImteR) core 2 quad with a CPU q9300 @ 2/50GHz
6.00GB of ram

the blue screen error i get is:
0*0000003B (0*00000000C0000005, 0*FFFFF80002F74211, 0*FFFFF8800866CAB0, 000000000000000000)
ive scanned the Hard drives and the tests came up fine then i did a graphics card test witch failed so i bought 2 new graphics cards to run in crossfire did the test again after installing the 2 new graphics card and failed again at the same point which leads me to suspect my motherboard is bad but before i go out and bust my nut on a new motherboard i wanted to get others opinion and confirmation that it is indeed the motherboard.

any assistance would be greatly appreciated
mdorn
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