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Stop Error, please help!

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Whenever I use Character Map, or browse with Firefox for a little while I get a Stop Error and Core Dump.

The error code I get is:
Stop: 0x0000007F ( 0X00000000, 0X00000000, 0X00000000, 0X00000000 )

I did some research, and I know that the error is a Divide by Zero error. And is usually caused by a device driver.

I've checked all my drivers, and unistalled all the ones I knew I could, but still no luck solving the issue. I've also run RAM checks to see if there was an issue there, but no luck.

Has anyone ever encountered this before?
Does anyone know how I can pinpoint which driver is causeing the error?

All help is appreciated. Thanks.

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