I have a minor conflict with NOD32 and the generic CD/DVD RW combo drive (HL-DT-ST_RW/DVD_GCC-4240N I believe made by LG) on my Dell 8200 laptop. Whenever I use Windows Explorer to display a folder which contains a very large file (i.e. 600mb+) on a CD in the drive, my system hangs for several minutes accessing that folder. The Windows shell (Explorer.exe) is consuming most of the CPU cycles. Usually I have to manually shut down my computer snd then reboot it to restore it to normal. I found that if I shut off AMON, I have no problems displaying the folder and accessing files on the folder. I also have an external (Firewire) SONY DVD burner connected to my system. I have no problems accessing CD's with large files on that drive? Any ideas as to what might be the conflict between NOD32 and the generic drive?