It states "Kmode exception not handled" and to go to windows.com/stopcode.
Windows is as usual not very helpful and since I had only installed Multiplicity and no other application since I can only put it down to something it has done when uninstalling from both computers as that is the start time of the BSOD.
I am still trying to find out if any other answers in Microsoft but the way they give any answer to a problem is pages and pages of gumph.
Multiplicity does not have any kernel mode components so a KMode exception would be something thats not possible for it to cause. Drivers and core OS files would typically be the cause of those type of issues.
Unfortunately I think you have experienced one of those random occurrences that can happen with a computer, no doubt shown by the fact you would have rebooted after uninstalling Multiplicity. Has your computer perhaps recently installed any Microsoft patches?