I decided to update my working NOD32 version 4.x to the latest version. Big mistake. The file was eavbe_nt32_enu dated 01/09/2011 I uninstalled, and deleted any ESET folders on the hard drive, and any ESET entries in the registry, and rebooted. I also used CCleaner to empty the recycle bin, and remove all browser cache files. The new install had virus definitions dated 20110112. I changed the program component update to “always”. When I ran the update they went backwards to 20100723 I cleared the update cache and rebooted. In spite of the program saying that no update is necessary, I ran the update again. After a download of around 36MB I am told that the last successful update was 2 minutes ago but the version is 5307 (20100723) Now I am getting hourly notifications to say the program components have updated, but nothing appears to have changed. Do I try reinstalling again? My licence expires in 2013. Donn P.S. How can ESET be so irresponsible as allow the program to download virus definitions that are 436 days old?