I have been trying to install Online Armor and have been unable to do so, as for some reason NOD32 detects the install files as threats and prevents the installation. In AMON I have the "Prohibit Access and show alert window with action options" checked, but NOD32 is not giving me any option to ignore. This very frustrating, as I cannot install the new version of my security program. I don't understand why the alert screen options are greyed out even after specifying that options be provided. Even adding file exclusions does no good. I really need to get my program installed, but would like to do it without limiting NOD32's capabilities. I know I could disable NOD32 during install (although the install says I should leave my AV running), but am afraid of conflicts during the reboot if NOD32 detects the programs other files as malware. Is anyone aware of any workarounds regarding installation issues of this type? I've also posted at the OA forum, but I know there are people at this forum very skilled with NOD32 and might be of some help. Any suggestions from people more technical than myself would be appreciated.