I don't know the procedure when a "solved" issue seems to reoccur, so I am starting a new question. The old ref of very similar issue is: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Voice_Recognition/Dragon_NaturallySpeaking/Q_24214301.html
During the last few times while running DNS, I got the error indicating Explorer is shutting down, followed by the Dr. Watson error. Then my system usually freezes. I am running Windows XP, SP2.
I attached several Event Viewer shots and one text file with the content of the Microsoft explanation. On every event, the MS explanation either did not apply, make sense, or I couldn't identify the connection.
DNS had been working fine for over one month before this and the suspected program from the last time this happened has not been reinstalled since it was removed as a result of EE suggestions the last time.
This problem has only occurred during the running of DNS. I have also rebooted several times and run malware detection s/w without incident.
Please advise, since I really need to use DNS heavily now and it's essentially non-functional.