I shouldn't run McAfee or Norton when you only have 256MB memory. But that's your choice. Better add memory or switch to NOD32.
Anyway, go into Control Panel, and set your virtual memory to "System Managed". That should help against that error message about low virtual memory.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308417 tells you where to find it; it's a few clicks deep.
And I think that message about unclickable children is something caused by something on that site, not on your PC. Can you tell exactly when you get it, in such detail that anybody following your instructions (go to ..., click here, fill in this, click there, ...) can see if he gets it also. That's the only way for us to check.
I got this error message when I went to Vivitar.com to downoad the instructional manual for a Vivitar camcorder I have.
I looked up the error online and found a number of references to it but since I didn't understand anything I read I am posting in the newbie forum.
What I want to do is fix this problem. I just don't know what that entails.
I have XP home, 256MB memory, and just recently added McAfee, switching from Norton. I have no idea if that has anything to do with it or not, but since that switch I am constantly being prompted that my virtual memory is low, even when I am not doing much at all on the computer.
I prefer not to have to go into my registry to fix this error because I really don't know a lot about computers and am afraid I will mess myself up in a serious way.
Any help/instructions for fixing this children of element error will be greatly appreciated.