Whenever I try to install BOClean 4.11, the installer copies some files, then, when I expect it to tell me that I can get on with my life, it freezes up. I've tried this several times now, with the same result each time. Waiting it out does no good. The system in question is WinXP SP-2, and yes, I have everything closed down (including all NOD32 scanning modules). I've also tried rebooting, of course. And I have no other scanners loaded in the background. This may be an aside, but I noticed that as soon as the BOClean 4.11 installer is launched, it extracts all its files to the %TEMP% directory. This is a really lame thing to do, since it could result in a file name collision (including the installer itself). It should create a subdirectory with a random name, and put the files there. Any clues are welcome.