Hello, Just installed ESET Smart Security as a free upgrade from v3 - the installation went smoothly (I used default settings) so I rebooted and everything was fine. Spent some time starting up my usual programs and getting them allowed by the firewall (was set to interactive). However, I had a need to reboot and when I logged in I received a balloon tip warning that my computer was no longer protected - I opened up ESET Smart Security and it said there'd been a problem converting rules (I'm assuming from previous version but I made sure to completely uninstall prior version and delete all files/folders/regkeys also). I decided to reboot again and this time it loaded up without a hitch. I thought perhaps it was just a temporary error but I've just booted up my PC and the same thing has happened - same error with the icon going red but I also noticed a yellow exclamation mark on my network icon and my internet was not working. Did another reboot and it has worked fine. The help topic states it is a user rights issue with I'm a single-user admin on my pc with admin rights. My specs as follows: Vista Home Premium 2GB RAM Connecting wirelessly via RT73 wireless card to o2 broadband. Can anyone point me in the right direction?