Hi, I was trying to install NOD32 V.5 and the website said to download the new installer then uninstall your current antivirus (which was a trial version of NOD32 V.4) So I did that and the uninstaller had a file that it couldn't delete because I didn't have ownership or privileges (which I find odd because I am the only user on my laptop ((Vista Home Premium))). So when reinstalling V.5 it goes through the entire process and at the very end an error pops up "Could not write value ProductCode to key \software\ESET\ESET SECURITY\Current Version\info Verify that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel. The last time I tried I ran the installer as Administrator and it did the exact same thing. I don't want to just start deleting things but if I have the installer separate couldn't I just go to my install spot and remove the file since it is assuming that I am doing a fresh install. If not what can I do?