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unmapped memory exception

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I am getting am "unmapped memory exception" about 75% of the time when I do the following: I am unstuffing 5-10 small files 7-20k, at a time.  I have 190mb ram on a g3. The system gives me that msg then freezes.  I've recently installed norton, which since the prob occured, disabled the filesaver thinking that might be the prob.  Any thoughts as to why I am getting this msg and how to fix is greatly appreciated.
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also, upon startup, I hear a "breaking glass" or a "crash" sound.  I suspect it has something to do with norton since I; did not hear it before I installed it.  Is this normal??
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kovalj earned 100 total points
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it as to do with Norton CrashGaurd.  not exactly sure what causes it, but disabling Norton crashGaurd will cure the problem...
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