DEP stops all running programs

Recently when I start my laptop about 5 minutes later, DEP closes all running programs such as exploer.exe, the curse client and everything in between. I don't think I've gotten the latest windows updates. I did not do anything to try to fix it because I've never dealt with DEP and all recently discovered when he stopped all my programs. Any help at all would be appreciated. I'll check the other questions and try some of them, if I looked and did not see anything that either close all programs stopped.

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Try this site:

http://OneCare.live.com/site/en-us/default.htm

See if it's the same mistake or not?

And also try to run in safe mode and see if the same error will go up or not?

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