QB Pro 2013 Brand new Error Message QBW32.EXE Fatal Application Exit

i just bought Quickbooks 2013 Pro and I am already getting error messages ever since I installed it 4 days ago. QB32.EXE Fatal Application Exit. Quickbooks is now terminating. Have been entering all my customers and info and this error message comes up and terminates program about every 20 minutes.  What is causing this and how can I fix it? Brand new computer also with Windows 7.  I was using Peachtree but decided to switch to QuickBooks.

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Thank you for the responses.  I have tried them all and have all the updates but it is still aborting. Brand new computer and Quick Books 2013.  Very frustrating. 

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