I have one last issue to resolve with F-Secure IS 2007, and that is this ongoing manual scanning problem. Whenever I try to run a Full System Scan, the scan stalls at roughly the same point each time, either on one of a couple of C:\Windows files, or, strangely, or G:\, which doesn't exist on my system. If I do a Scan Hard Drives scan, everything is fine, but if I do a Quick Spyware Scan, or a Full System Scan, it stalls. I can only guess that this must be something to do with the spyware scanning engine, and that it must be conflicting with something else on my machine, even though I have uninstalled all other spyware apps, and even tried to run the scan in selective startup mode, with no other programs running, other than Windows services. One thing I haven't tried is a scan in safe mode, but I noticed something this evening when I was looking at the Exclusions list. The scan seems to ignore this list, and still tried to scan files in the list, which are supposed to be excluded, and thus stalls on those files, but looking at the F-Secure Help pages, it seems that the number of files skipped during a scan is supposed to be displayed on the scan interface. As far as I can see, the number of skipped files should appear above the number of scanned files, but this seems to be missing on mine (see pic below). I'm now wondering if there's something wrong with the skipping or exclusions process, which could be causing the scans to stall? Can anyone confirm whether they have the number of skipped files displayed on the scanner interface? Any other comments or suggestions would also be appreciated.