We'll need the details of the problem reports to help to fix them. The one that you've posted points to a compatibility problem with something that's installed on the system - right clicking on the program's .exe file, selecting Properties, then selecting the Compatibility tab may help. Once in the tab, select "Run as XP SP2" from the drop down, and "Run as administrator" further down the page. If the Run as Adminstrator is greyed out, you may have to right click on the exe file and select "Run as Administrator" each time you launch it.
Since this says that there was a Bluescreen event (BSOD), I'd suspect a driver issue. Try visiting DriverAgent.com to see what drivers need updating (you don't have to pay for the service, you only need the information that the report provides). Here's a link to the Firefox in Vista page: http://www.driveragent.com/scan_step1.php?...1de7e6e2fb2df0b
Let us know what drivers you need and we'll work on Vista compatible one's for you.
The issues with Norton are (IME) that it hogs resources, and that it can cause problems that you can't easily remedy (with it's firewall). I'd stick with a 3rd party AntiVirus solution (I use AVG Free) and pick another antispyware and firewall (don't have any recommendations for that as I use Windows Defender and the Windows Firewall
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