No answer for you I'm afraid, but I reckon that's a lot for a 200Mhz cpu and 80MB Ram machine to cope with.
I haven't used System Doctor so I dn't know, but if it is conflicting with SWB, why not ditch it, and stay with SWB?
I note you have Spybot and Spyguard. Spybot says it is a companion to SWB as well, so is there any need for you to run them both? You seem pretty well covered with ZA, AVG, SWB and either Spybot or Spyguard.
I would have ditched NU 2002 ages ago, but if you've had it since 2002 and it has become a good friend, (as it were), it's difficult to let go I suppose, but I'm not sure what NU 2002 sensors you need with the protection you already have.
Anyway, just my own thoughts.
using norton utilities 2002...no longer supported.
install spyware blaster 3.4, reboot, and I get a BSOD, it shuts down System Doctor. Try to pop up the syware blaster program and it blue screens.
Reinstall SWB first, enable protection, update, reboot, things are ok.
Install NU 2002, initiate sensors I want, reboot, things are ok for a few days. I have SysDoc start with W98Se, minimized.
Then again, BSOD at boot, continue, sysdoc turned off again. Hit SWB shortcut to program, BSOD. Hit sysdoc, BSOD.
Uninstall both, reinstall, working ok again. For how Long?
Javacool site, no help. Symantec site, no help. Google BSOD info, no help.
Cnet forum search, no pertinent results. Evidently I'm the only one with problems.
BTW, this is clean install of W98SE, IE6, AVG, Spybot, Adaware, Zone Alarm, Spyguard (companion to SWB but doesn't seem to affect).
Msconfig shows no entry for SWB, nor ctrl-alt-del, nor AutoStart Viewer.
Evidently SWB and System Doctor don't like each other.
Anyone else know about this and a fix?