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Application Error in setup.exe

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Each time I install or uninstall software on my NT4.0 workstation I get the following error message:  isset_se caused an access violation in setup.exe at 0x800000008.  Choices offered are close or ignore.  The install or uninstall appears to proceed without problem after selecting ignore.  
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by:jboddy
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If you have any anti-virus software running, disable it before you try to install any software.
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by:ceschult
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I have don that ... as a matter of fact I got the setup error when I attempted to install McAfee.  I had uninstalled the previous version (through Windows add/remove programs) and then started the setup of version 4.02.  It doesn't seem to matter if I select close or ignore - the message goes away and the setup application continues.
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by:kaufmannm
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Apply/Re-apply service pack 4.
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by:ceschult
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I have re-applied service pack 4.
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by:ozymandias
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Here are the common causes of thsi problem I have seen before :
 
 - Norton AntiVirus version 4.04 is installed and Norton AutoProtect is enabled.
 
 - You use LiveUpdate for Norton AntiVirus to download an updated version of Norton AntiVirus.
 
 - Microsoft IntelliPoint software is installed on your computer, and the Point32 program is currently running.
 
 - Microsoft IntelliMouse or Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball software is   installed on your computer, and the Mswheel program is currently running.

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how do I give someone points?
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ask them to post their comments as an answer...
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Here are the common causes of thsi problem I have seen before :
 
 - Norton AntiVirus version 4.04 is installed and Norton AutoProtect is enabled.
 
 - You use LiveUpdate for Norton AntiVirus to download an updated version of Norton AntiVirus.
 
 - Microsoft IntelliPoint software is installed on your computer, and the Point32 program is currently running.
 
 - Microsoft IntelliMouse or Microsoft IntelliMouse Trackball software is   installed on your computer, and the Mswheel program is currently running.
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