If you need to configure how Windows systems behave when reporting errors, various Group Policy settings would allow you to modify the default behaviour. For instance, you can disable the display of error messages during critical errors.
To configure these policy settings on a single Windows 7 computer, open the Local Group Policy Editor snap-in by typing gpedit.msc in the Start search text box and press enter.
Go to Local Computer Policy\Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Error Reporting node or
Go to Local Computer Policy\User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Error Reporting node
Under these nodes you will find the following related settings:
Disable Windows Error Reporting – this setting when enabled will stop Windows Error Reporting from sending any problem information to Microsoft. Additionally, solution information will not be available in the Action Center control panel.
Prevent display of the user interface for critical errors – this setting prevents the display of the user interface for critical errors. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Error Reporting prevents the display of the user interface for critical errors.
Disable Logging – this setting when enabled will stop Windows Error Reporting events from being logged to the system event log.
Do not send additional data – If this setting is enabled any additional data requests from Microsoft in response to a Windows Error Reporting event will be automatically declined without notice to the user.