My sister, recently fell victim to an MSN worm. In the past, I have heard good things about nod32's ability to deal with such malware. So i promptly asked her to install nod32 and run it. My sister, who is not very computer savvy, did not understand the installation and scan process, so I decided to download it and walk through it with her. Later on, I removed nod32, because I had no use for it anymore. Heres where the problem starts. We all know that anti-virus apps like to be as low-level as possible, and they want to be in control of everything. Well, during the time that I had nod32 installed, it decided that it would interfere with my booting system (Powerquest BootMagic), and so, i was unable to boot either one of the operating systems i had running at the time, which really, really pissed me off. After discussing it with some other people, we all agreed that "nod32 has done me in", so to solve the problem, i had to reinstall my secondary OS, and then fix bootmagic, which took a while, and was a very tedious and annoying process. After some swearing, hours of fiddling and waiting, I got back into windows XP. I just want to say that i've never had this problem with any other anti-virus software (i currently use symantec corporate), so it kinda makes me dispise nod32 as one of those poorly written programs that screws **** up all the time.