Something has recently changed in NOD32. Power management doesn't work properly now if NOD32 is installed. I have always had my computers set to Power Always On, Turn Off Monitor After 5 minutes, Turn off Hard Disks Never, System Standby Never. My monitor will no longer turn off after 5 minutes of inactivity. If I uninstall NOD32 then Power Management works properly. As soon as I reinstall NOD32, Power Management ceases to function correctly. This problem is occuring with the Beta on my W98SE box and with the current NOD32 on my XP Pro box. Power Management is problematic on W98SE as many applications can interfere with it but I had not had NOD32 causing a problem until recently on that box. On the XP box, I have very few problems with Power Management until recently. Even after resetting the values for the monitor to turn off, I still find that the monitor remains on until I use the button on the monitor to turn it off. Usually resetting the values will fix a Power Management problem. Since this is not the case, even on XP which has much better Power Management than W98SE, there must be something in NOD32 now that is refusing to allow the monitor to turn off. If I install an old version of NOD32 from January and don't let it update the modules, I have no problems with Power Management.