I have been using NOD32 for some time now (I have 2 current licences, but only use one at this time), with no problems as such. I have noticed over this time period, that when I perform a manual update, half the time I am informed that "Your version of NOD32 is up to date. No update necessary". which in itself is not a problem, but on my next attempt to update, the update as jumped from, for example, database 1.140 to 1.145, and thought it strange that there would be so many updates in the time period from my last update attempt (I normally make a manual update once a day). Looking into this I have found that I am being given this message "No update necessary" even when an update is available (have been keeping an eye on the "update alerts" thread), and it can take 2 or 3 attempts (one after the other) to be allowed to update from the server to the latest database release. I have checked to see if NOD is actually contacting the server when I am being given this incorrect info, and there are no connection problems, I have also re-installed NOD onto a fresh install of windows (in case of any possible corruption, or conflicts), but this "No updates necessary" continues, altough updates are available. I can only assume from this, that the server may be busy when I attempt to update, and is simply knocking me back from the updates due to this,...... which I would certainly not be happy with,... as I should not be informed that NOD is up to date,...when it is not.