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Windows 7 Applications (outlook, IE) keep crashing - Event Log shows errors attached

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I am having an unusually large number of application crashes in Windows 7, specifically most are with the following applications:

Outlook.exe
IEXPLORE.EXE
mini_WMCore.exe
Explorer.EXE
BtStackServer.exe

This happens on a regular, almost daily basis. Does anyone have any ideas on what might be causing these? Could they all be related to some common issue?

Attached is the event log
Log-Name.docx
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thank you, i'll try that today and get back to you..
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Looks like this may have been the fix. It has not reoccurred..thanks
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