Using Win XP Home. Installed SpywareBlaster 3.3 into d:/programs/spywareblaster/. It runs fine and updates fine under the admin account. Now trying to run it under normal non-admin account. When I try to update by clicking on the button, I get the error message: Error Downloading File Cannot Write File to Disk Error 75: Path/file access error It seemed like it might be a permissions problem. So I went back and drug the spywareblaster folder into "Shared Folders" which should give write access to the folder in XP Home. But that did not affect the behavior. Using ZoneAlarm and AVGantivirus realtime. I also ran a Panda online virus check. Turning them off made no difference. The only really strange thing that happened was that after a successful installation under the admin account, when I opened the program the first time under this non-admin account that I'm trying to use, a Microsoft Frontpage installation started up. This appears to be related to Frontpage having been installed on the machine but never having been run under that particular user's account. That was solved by inserting the Frontpage disk. That Frontpage installation popping up has not occurred again. I'm not sure if it's related to this update problem or not.