How to Change Problem Reporting Settings in Windows 7
Open the Windows Control Panel, and then click System and Security.
The System and Security window appears.
Click Action Center.
The Action Center window appears.
In the left pane, click Change Action Center Settings.
The Change Action Center Settings window appears.
Under Related Settings, click Problem Reporting Settings.
The Problem Reporting Settings window appears.
Select the setting you prefer.
It’s generally best to leave it set to Automatically Check for Solutions. However, if you want more control over what your computer does when a problem occurs, you might choose a different setting, such as Each Time a Problem Occurs, Ask Me Before Checking for Solutions.
Click Select Programs to Exclude from Reporting.
With this option, you can exclude certain programs from the Windows Problem Reporting program.
Click Add and select any programs that you want to exclude from reporting, and then click Open. Click OK to save your changes.
As an example, you may have a program that you know is prone to errors, and rather than having it check for a solution every time the error occurs, you may prefer to just ignore it and continue working.