Googled it, and can only find out that there are some other people wondering the same thing, but nothing definitive.
Nothing came up on a Forums search here, so I thought I'd poll the masses.
As for the pages that I came across while Googling, it would seem that some people are *guessing* that it has something to do with a graphics process shutdown, but no one is making a definitive statement anywhere.
I ask this because my computer freezes when trying to play various games. I've noted that people having the same problem are doing so with games and graphics cards unlike mine, which lead me to assume that it is not X game company's software, and that it is also not X chip manufacturer's video driver.
Another interesting point is that it does *not* come up in a Start->Search, even with the "scan all folders" and "scan hidden files and folders" option checked.
The basics of my machine are:
Dell Dimension 8400
Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
1 GB RAM
Windows XP Home Edition SP2
ATI Radeon X300 w/128MB VRAM
Sound Blaster Live! 24-bit
If anyone needs any kind of detailed system information, please be so kind as to point me in the direction of some nice freeware that would do the trick of scanning and filing it so that I might post it here.
(Edited: forgot a word)