Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh messages Mac OS 8.1-9.x and Mac OS X v10.1 messages
There is not enough memory to view any more items. Collapse some of the expanded items and try again. No more items can be viewed: <error string>. Collapse some of the expanded items and try again.
See “General Macintosh troubleshooting” on page 118.
There is not enough available memory for Norton AntiVirus to display or store information for the number or the size of files on the disks to be scanned. Try collapsing folders, scanning a more limited area, or changing the memory allocated to Norton AntiVirus in the Finder. Also, set Report Preferences to show only infected files.
The startup disk is read-only. Preferences can be changed, but will not be saved when you quit.
If you restarted from the CD-ROM and changed Norton AntiVirus preferences, they apply to the current session, but are not saved to the active System Folder on the CD. To change and save preferences to your System Folder, you must install Norton AntiVirus on your hard disk.
The item(s) you have selected to scan contain too many files to scan with report all examined items on. There is not enough memory to display all examined items. You can continue scanning with report all examined items turned off.
See “About Report Preferences” on page 103, and “General Macintosh troubleshooting” on page 118.
The setting in Report Preferences should be changed to All Infected Files. You could also try scanning a more limited area, or changing the memory allocated to Norton AntiVirus in the Finder.
The “Event Type” option has been changed to “Scan System disk” because only the System disk or folder can be scanned at startup.
The startup scan you scheduled can only scan the System Folder or the entire system disk.
The “How often” option has been changed to “weekly” because “always” can only be used with startup or shutdown scans.
When you change the type of scan from startup or shutdown to some other type, the frequency must also change if it was set to always. The always setting only applies to startup and shutdown scans.
The “When” option has been changed to “at specified time” because virus definition updates cannot be scheduled at startup or shutdown.
Virus definitions updates cannot occur at startup or shutdown. You must specify a different time for the update to occur.