Okay it seems the driver you listed was the problem, after removing the installed drivers from the Tritton AX PC PRO headset I have yet to crash for a full 24 hours. It would seem that for some reason after doing some research there are NO DRIVERS for a TRITTON AX PC PRO for Windows 7 that are compatible, if there are feeel free to correct me but i couldn't find them. Even trying to use it as a plug and play device, causes this error. The drivers windows installs for it seem to also have the same issue, as well as the drivers from the CD and website. I am not sure why they have Windows 7 listed on the drivers if they are not supported. Anyway, this was the problem. Lesson learned, before buying a Tritton product see if they make support for it.