I'm ready to download my registered NOD32 (XP/Single User), and after reading the installation guide: http://www.nod32.com/support/ans/nod32_inst.htm The easy questions: 1. The guide starts: "Before installing NOD32 Antivirus system, it is recommended that you uninstall another antivirus system you may have on your computer." Makes sense. BUT -- I've got GAV as on-demand (i.e. no memory resident modules)...QUESTION: do I need thus to uninstall it? I've had reports that it and NOD32 play well together. 2. Followup on #1. Regardless of the answer to #1, GAV will ultimately be on my drive (whether remaining or uninstalled/reinstalled). I'd probably *exclude* it from scans...but I gather the *exclude* function is currently getting fixed. QUESTION: Should this be a problem? 3. The choice one. I'm a big RTFM believer, but I don't always trust all installer instructions as "the only way" (obviously, I'm new to NOD, but not to online/computing). Thus the instructions say: A. to save downloaded file to desktop (item 12) B. double clicking and target for all operations default as c:\Program Files\Eset.... Items 19, 23) What I'd like to do is save to my regular download directory (on another partition), and install in my choice of directory/drive. But I know some security programs can be a little...rigid about this (ZAP) comes to mind. Thus the QUESTION: can I have it "my" way, or am I obliged to have it NOD32's way? Thanks, all! P.S. As a newbie here, did I get the URL function right?