Hi, Some background first: Filechecker started to issue a steady stream of complaints about checksum changes, so to make a long story short, I downloaded one of the utilities listed on Wilders.org and checked every file I have in the filechecker checklist, and after receiving the next set of warnings, rechecked, and there was no change. I wanted to go with a fresh install of filechecker, so I removed it, and then searched the hard drive and the registry for any remnants. As near as I could tell, everything is gone now. This , finally, brings me to my question. After reinstalling and adding files to be checked back in, I clicked the button to encrypt the list, and was told it was already encrypted. I understand this is a one time operation, but this was a fresh install, and this was the first time the button was pushed. Leads me to believe that somewhere, the original list must still exist. Maybe this is not even a problem, but given my previous problem, wanted to start totally over. Any advisement on which way to proceed? Running Win98SE, IE6.0SP1, Filechecker currently uninstalled. Any other info that would be helpful, just ask.