The problem here is related to hardware, not windows. I have fixed this problem twice now for 2 different people and the fixes were quite different.
First time, this error was quite frequent for someone when they would just be doing normal browsing. I inspected the graphics card and updated the drivers
. The error disappeared for about a week. I then updated the software for the motherboard with an AMD all in one driver
pack and the error was gone.
The second time, the user would get this error and bad graphics refractions while gaming. It only happened with graphic intensive games. After I tried the AMD fix and it did not work, I used a stability tester for the gpu. That would cause instant crash. I put gpu-z on the pc suspecting the gpu was over heating, that is how I discovered the low power going to the gpu. I looked inside and the card required 2 pci-e power connections. One of the connections was the correct pci-e connection, the other was an adapter that has 6 male fittings like pci-e but it is missing a center pin. Havine only one effective pci-e connection would cause the card to crash when the heatsinks fan would want more power.