All opened applications crash when external monitor is attached in to MacBook Air 2013

I experience crashes (automatical restarts) of all the applications when I attach external monitor. I have MacBook Air 13-inch mid 2013 and OS X 10.8.4 in spanish. The crashes are regular but not every time I attach monitor.
Does anyone experience the same?
Thanks,
Jura

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