posted on Aug, 17 2007 @ 09:39 PM
The error reporting sends your Windows version, your CPU model, possibly some other hardwares model or version related to the crash. The process name
that crashed, and its related DLLs versions. Possibly some language settings, or timestamps for those files, or other such system settings. Also
included is a memory dump of the crash for debbuging purposes. Could that memory dump contain personal info that would have accidentally slipped in
there from what you were working on at the time of the crash? Maybe, maybe not, I don't know. I'm no expert in that field.
You can turn this thing off easily
System Properties -> Advanced -> Error reporting -> Disable error reporting