A FIX BUILD of BOClean 4.21 has just been released - this "fix build" addresses two problems in the original release. New copies of the "002" began delivery a few minutes ago. The first problem required replacement of the BOClean DLL file to solve a problem on some machines where bootup time was excessive and caused BOClean's DLL to load before its kernel driver had been loaded, resulting in it being unloaded by the system. This resulted in 100% CPU and lockups under certain conditions. In addition to a new DLL, we reverted to the original kernel driver. The second problem involves a bug in the BOCEXC.EXE "excluder" module which would write out its data to a BOC420.DAT file instead of the correct BOC421.DAT file, making exclusions impossible. Finally because of complaints that the unaffected BOCLEAN program file itself was not changed to reflect changes to other modules, the BOC421.EXE file was retagged as 4.20.002 even though no changes were ever made to that file. Synopsis of files are as follows: BOCDRIVE.SYS 8,477 05-01-05 3:22a (reverted to original) BOC4UPD .EXE 46,592 02-25-06 6:46a (no changes) BOC421 .XVU 200,951 02-27-06 11:35a (no changes) BOSETUP .EXE 159,744 02-27-06 8:48p (no changes) BOCORE .EXE 69,632 02-27-06 3:00p (no changes) BOCLEAN .DLL 81,920 03-01-06 1:17a (fixed kernel loader time in 001) BOCEXC .EXE 118,784 03-01-06 8:53p (fixed incorrect 420 with 421) BOC421 .EXE 196,096 03-01-06 9:09p (changed version number only) On the first replacement, we automatically resent the files to all who had received the earlier file. We are not going to do so this time - you will need to request the upgrade again. This is necessitated by some rather nasty people who put in "spamming complaints" against us for trying to do the right thing. "No good deed goes unpunished." Therefore, there will be no automatic resends except to our corporate/governmental/institutional customers who have already received their replacements.