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What is an ISSET_SE error?

While attempting to install my PhotoMAX software, I received an "ISSET_SE" error. What's wrong?

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Re: What is an ISSET_SE error?

When you attempt to install the PhotoMAX software from your CD-ROM drive, you may receive the following error message: "ISSET_SE caused a general protection fault in module (FILENAME) at (ADDRESS) where (FILENAME) is the name of the program file you are trying to run, and (ADDRESS) is the memory address at which the error occurs." This is an error that can occur with Windows 95 and 98 under certain conditions -- it does not indicate an error with the PhotoMAX software. This (error message) can occur if any of the following conditions exists: * 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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