NOD32 scanner says I have 4 ACTIVE viruses out of 7 that it detects. It won't attempt to clean them or delete if not cleanable even though I have it set to do this. Says all it can do is "leave" them. All seven of these are zipped so they should be "harmless", correct? Then why does NOD claim that four of them are active? Further, NOD32 scanner in clean mode hangs on all seven of these. Marcos had told me several weeks ago to send anything NOD32 hangs on to Eset. He said NOD32 should not hang. But NOD32 has always hung. Even version one did this. That is why I seldom run an on demand scan. In scanning mode, NOD32 doesn't hang so maybe Marcos misunderstood me earlier? I don't see the point of scanning mode. I want to run in clean mode and have NOD32 clean, if possible, each virus it finds and if it cannot clean then delete and quarantine and then continue scanning until finished. I do not wish to sit and watch NOD32 throughout the scan (even though the scan is under 10 minutes) so that I can unhang it each time it finds a virus. So, has my NOD32 always behaved incorrectly in clean mode? I always thought it was Eset's deliberate way of doing it which I think is very inconvenient to the user. So, which is it? Is my NOD32 hanging when it should not? Or is it behaving the way Eset intends?