Frequent finder crashes after installing Quicktime & iTunes update

Hi,
After installing the updates, I get frequent (~90 seconds) finder crashes.
System: 867 Powerbook, 1gb, 80gb
Any idea would be greatly appreciated.
Rory McMahon

this issue was already discussed yesterday. please see:
http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=879153&tstart=45

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