If I can get it to do the tests I'll try. I don't have a spare PSU unfortunately. I'm typing this on my desktop right now and the only problem I see is Google Chrome gives me some type of error every time I open it but still works. I could most likely play games fine like this again until it either BSODs or I turn it off/put it to sleep. I left the computer running all day today and it works fine so far though.
Could the PSU be underpowered? I haven't updated my signature recently, but I had a GTX 260 as the main card and a 7600GT to display the 2 side monitors. I put in my 9800GT in place of the 7600GT hoping it might fix the Blu-Ray playback issue (they only played correctly if I disabled the 7600). 550W PSU powering both a GTX260 and 9800GT. I was thinking it might not work, but it turned on fine and until now everything has worked fine. The main display is the only screen I game on which is powered by the GTX260, so the 9800 wouldn't need a ton of power really I wouldn't think.
If the PSU is underpowered though, it doesn't explain the huge amount of lag at startup that it wasn't doing before the BSOD. Since I still got BSODs in game before I added the 9800... I always get the weird problems...
Hopefully I'll get enough money back from my financial aid return and I can throw a bit of that into my computer replacement. Until then I still want to play my games.
Ran CPU stress test, memory test, and hard drive test. All came back fine. Tried to load the OS again and it sat there for a good 3-5 minutes at the loading screen and then it has been running fine since it loaded the desktop. I'm sure the OS got screwed up somehow in all this which probably caused the start up issues, but I still think there's a hardware issue underneath it all. When I get time tomorrow I'll reseat all cards, memory and connections. For now it's working so I'm going to play some games until I get tired or it BSODs again.