Tried to hit this site just now:
Internet Explorer crashed. That’s the technical explanation. But In laymen’s terms Internet Explorer hit a piece of code it didn’t like and threw an exception of some kind and Internet Explorer caught it and the Windows 8 error reporting or WER (Windows Error Reporting) took over and threw up the message:
Internet Explorer has stopped working.
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.
Debug and Close program buttons appear at the bottom of the message box.
Thankfully when I clicked on Close program it refreshed the page and all is well.
Checked the MMC snap-in Event Viewer that I’ve pinned to my taskbar.
Windows Error Reporting information event ID 1001
The primary application, obviously is Internet Explorer. But I haven’t seen this nvwgf2um.dll file before.
Searched on this file using Bing and found these:
Not much. So I searched my hard drive by opening Windows Explorer (File Explorer), selected the Local Disk (C) drive, and in the box on the upper right typed pasted nvwgf2um.dll
Waited about a minute… Had to expand the file path column:
File description: NVIDIA D3D10 Driver, Version 311.50