screen error

One of my client's PC screen got error like this. We restarted but this error screen happens again.
Is there any solution to this?
screenerror.bmp
masamaticsAsked:
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MetallimirkCommented:
What kind of OS is this? Is it an Asian version of Windows? If so, what is that McAfee window reading at the bottom? it looks like your image got truncated as I could only see part of the screen.
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ednetmanCommented:
Wow, try booting into safe mode and running a virus scan.
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viralypatelCommented:
try restoring the system to a point before the error started showing up.

Programs - > Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore.
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AntonInfCommented:
I would uninstall office and re-install...
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
The first impression I get is that there is an enormous amount of "stuff" running on this system.  There are no less than 52 windows open, counting the tabs visible at the bottom.  That is far too many no matter what the system is doing.  If they were all opened by the user, the user should be cautioned that memory is not inexhaustible and there is a limit to how many things can be running simultaneously without impinging on system performance.

Some things to try:

Download Microsoft Autoruns, see what is being loaded at system startup time, and turn off everything that is not necessary.

Remove McAfee, which is harder than it sounds since it leaves a considerable amount of junk in the registry.  In my experience, McAfee and Norton/Symantec cause more problems than they prevent.

After cleaning up the autoruns and removing McAfee, see if the problem persists.  If it does not, well and good.  Install a different antivirus such as AVG.  If the problem persists, follow up with other possibilities such as running an online virus scanner like Eset.
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nobusCommented:
does it happen when you open an application, or with all?
from the run box - type msconfig
in the startup tab - click disable all
reboot and test
post results
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johnb6767Commented:
Most of those Desktop Windows aren't even supposed to be visible to the Console......
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