Hi everyone, I'm having a bit of an issue with NOD32 (which I just purchased less than a week ago) on my computer when running Windows Vista SP1 x64. The issue is that 5 out of 10 tries when I resume the computer from a sleep state, everything comes up fine, however once I click on my username the system throws a STOP error indicating win32k.sys as the issue. When I ran that through the debugger it singled out one of NOD32's processes as the possible cause. I've checked the hardware, the RAM, and updated all of my drivers and everything is fine until I install NOD32, at which point all hell seems to break loose. I also noticed that there is quite a bit of CPU usage going on from ekrn.exe even when I'm not doing anything and the machine seems to take 2 minutes to fully start up -- remove NOD32, everythings fine. The version of NOD32 that I have is 3.0.672. I'd like an explanation as to why this is happening and how can we resolve it? I feel like I've just wasted $60 on a 2-year license for a barely-functioning product.