Explorer.Exe Application Error "The memory could not be written" when deleting or copying file

Hi all I am working on getting my OS up and running prior to doing a full reinstall.  I have got pretty far but now everytime I delete or try copying a file I get  this error The memory could not be written.  Then it goes to jit degugging.   I just ran a SFC / SCANNOW or something and it ran through my Windows 2K CD still no dice.  I also held me left shift key down on bootup thinking it might have to do with the admin login autologin then logged on fine but still nothing.  Any other ideas?  Thanks all.  I dont think its specifically memory related as this is all OS mostly going on but not sure.
sbornstein2Asked:
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oneygCommented:
Try to run an anti-virus software with the latest definitions.

oneygCommented:
Also if it may help, instal the latest service pack for you OS. Win2K SP4 will sovle your problem
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sbornstein2Author Commented:
I will try these tonight and award points right after thank you.
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