Hi everyone. I've been having a fairly peculiar issue for some time now with NOD. It's nothing that breaks the functionality of the software, but I find it befuddling and somewhat mildly annoying at times. On certain occasions, some files cause NOD to 'stall' considerably. This manifests itself in a heavy system load on saving, accessing, or scanning these files. Saving files from the web causes my browser (Opera) to hang to the point of 'not responding'. Moving or opening the files causes hanging in the OS (tried this both on Windows 7 and on OS X with the NOD beta). If the files are on the HDD during scheduled full system scans, NOD will hang on that particular file for a long while. In all cases, the system will snap back to life if I wait it out - Even Opera will become responsive again if I wait long enough. But this can take 5-10 minutes depending on the file. These files are always clean, which doesn't surprise me given their origin. The strange thing is that the files all come from a single location: The Good Old Games website (GOG.com). For some reason their installers just seem to make NOD chug very hard. Is this unavoidable? Or is there something I can do about this issue? I only ask because, if I have 3 or 4 GOG installers on a drive (I like to keep them handy), that adds 20 - 40 minutes to my scan times every week. Nothing terrible, but slightly irksome. I'm using the latest NOD 4 on Windows 7 (not the beta) and the latest NOD 4 beta on OS X 10.6.2 and seeing this issue on both. Thanks!