Computer Shuts down when browsing the net

I have windows 8 and just yesterday it started shutting itself down while I am browsing the net. While I am in the middle of surfing the net, my computer suddenly shows a screen stating my computer ran into a problem and restarts. As far as I know, so long as I do not have an internet browser open, it doesn't do this. So, why would it do this while I am using the net only? I have cleared all history, browsing, cache, etc. data from the browsers I use, have ran scans with my antivirus and antimalware(antivirus revealed nothing, antimalware found one item and removed it), and have done a disk clean up and defrag. And still it does this when I am surfing the net. It does it to me when I use explorer or mozilla firefox. I am attempting google chrome at the moment and so far it hasn't made my computer restart yet. But still, I would like to know if anyone can help me figure out why this happened. 
 

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You're welcome... hope it stays fixed.

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So far, I have not had anymore problems since uninstalling the update KB2778344. I thank you all for your help on this.

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Thank you. I will uninstall KB2778344 and see what happens.

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Hi,

 

Look in Control Panel...Windows Updates, and then Installed Updates...

You can uninstall and\or Repair most of them...

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Where do I find this? I don't see it listed in my control panel's programs. And is that the full title of the update?

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Yes, I do have this issue with chrome also, now. And I did add the flashblock app and others immediately after I downloaded chrome. 
However, I used flashblock for a long while when I was using mozilla firefox before this problem began. And it's not the only app I use.
The apps I use are to help prevent my web browser from crashing because of the type of sites I visit can often cause it to do so. So, I don't see why the flashblock or the other apps would cause a problem. 
This problem started literally out of the blue. I wasn't doing anything differently on my computer than I always have been. And I had not downloaded or uploaded anything recently either before it started doing this.
So, I have no idea what could be the problem.

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Issue has shown up again. The only part of the error message I was able to catch sight of said system error exception. 

Uninstall KB2778344 its a known cause of this stop error

There's a lot of posts in here about this update

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Hi,

 

I know nothing about the Flashblock app...

Try turning it off and see if the problem stops...

 

You mentioned you didn't have the problem in Chrome at first...but you do now?

Was that after Flashblock?

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I am not sure about that. My computer has not downloaded any updates recently. Also, I do use the flashblock app on chrome and firefox, so, wouldn't that prevent such a thing?

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