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ISSET_se causes General Protection Fault

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Hi,
I am trying to install Canon Scanning programs to a Pentium 3, 450 PC running Windows 98.  Every time I try, I get an error message:
Isset_se has caused a general protection fault.
This Cd works fine on other computers so I know it's not corrupted.
The file ISSET_SE is not on my C: drive and I can't find it on the CD either.
Any suggestions?
Steve
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yuzh earned 200 total points
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It looks like you have Norton antivrus install on your system.

Print the following page out and following the instructions:

http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q192890

Good luck
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yuzh

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Yuzh,
    Problem solved! Thank you for the speedy answer.  
Steve
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