I have a Toshiba Qosmio X505 (64 bit Win 7 Home) and Nod32 42.58.3 and have problems where nod32 runs a long virus scan every time I start up my computer. This makes startup really slow and annoying. In the scheduler I turned off both of the Automatic startup file check options. It didn't change anything. When I restart the computer the hard drive runs non-stop and when I check resource monitor there is a long list of ekern processes checking a long list of files. To make matters worse, it does this when I'm running on battery! Is this a nod32 problem or am I missing a setting somewhere? I've always been a big fan of nod32 because it hasn't been a system resource hog like other antivirus programs I've used.