Okay, it goes like this:
I'll be chuggin along on my crappy old 200 MHZ computer, when suddenly I run out of virtual memory, and stuff starts shutting down. This makes no sense, because I'm not usually running that much stuff at the time, and in the computer's seven years of exsistence, it's never had this problem until about two weeks ago. It was only doing this when I had several windows open in internet explorer, but it's getting worse and I can't even compile stuff anymore. The computer has a really old version of Norton Antivirus that came with a little system doctor thingy that displays virtual memory usage (among other things), and it always shows plenty of free memory. Could this problem be caused by a virus? While we're on the subject of viruses, I need to update my virus definitions, but NAV needs a patch. Apparently the patch is not on the symantec website anymore. Does anyone know where I can get a file called nav95OB.exe?
Any assistance in this matter would be GREATLY appreciated, because without the computer I WILL DIE! Thank you