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A crash like that is often the fault of one of two things:
1. A driver bug (e.g., your video driver).
2. A bug in a 3rd party plug-in.
I notice you have a nVidia Quadro card. There have been a number of reports on this forum lately about Quadro drivers not working all that well with Photoshop, and your particular card is quite old. A few years ago I personally struggled with a nVidia Quadro 3400 (closely related to yours) and never was able to stabilize things until I just took it out and bought an ATI card.
NVidia appears to be fond of releasing new drivers for old cards that just don't work.
But before swapping out your card, it might not be a bad idea to visit nVidia.com and get their latest driver.
Also, you might find that turning off OpenGL in Photoshop's Edit - Preferences - Performance menu will work around the problem, though you will lose a few features.
It would be more useful if we could get the full report, including the faulting module name.
I installed the latest driver version, and
it seems to have worked! So far anyway. Thanks for the help