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Actually I have solved it. It started the crash again when I posted the question. I went to google to look it up and the info I could find said that this error pops up with an "overclocking" driver issue, which I know my desktop does. I ended up going to the Acer web site and found the drivers. I missed updating the chipset drivers I guess. After I got that updated, I haven't had the problem since. Thank you for your help.