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OS 10.4 - Desktop Items and Finder disappear when ctrl clicking?

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I have this really wierd issue on my MacBook pro, and didnt know if anyone else had come across this or not. A lot of times when I right click, or ctrl click a finder object, such as an icon, or my desktop, all of my icons disappear. It is as if finder is crashing. They reappear within a second or two, but if I have navigated to any place on my drive or the network, I lose my spot and have to navigate back to it. It is really driving me nuts!

Anyone know of, or have a fix for this?
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