Thanks again for the explanation of what CV and Exact stop are. I have the CV set to stop on angles > 120 degrees. The rest of the CV settings are unchecked. This is for sure not the problem as once it starts it will continue to do it on one axis in one direction. It sounds like static or something.
I changed out the card and found that it did not fix the problem either... It is for sure a windows 7 issue.
Since this computer has 2 hard drives in it I though heck, Ill just put xp on its own drive. This doesn't work so well... After running the xp install process it wouldn't boot. I had to run windows 7 repair to get it to boot back to windows 7. Whets wrong with windows 7 and mach3! Very aggravating...
I'm going to load up a large file and let it run to see if it does the same thing as when I jog.