Experienced a power outage two days ago. Until that time, NOD32 was working fine. While at a hotel, I tried to recover files (using Carbonite) on my notebook computer. I was not aware that this was not possible without transferring the Carbonite license/service from the desktop PC to the notebook PC. I transferred the license and was able to recover my files. Now I am back home. I have switched Carbonite back to my desktop PC. However, somewhere around this time, NOD32 has stopped running. It does not load an icon in the system try, and I cannot find anything "ESET NOD32" related when I pull up the Processes list in the Task Manager. Opening the app from my start menu and running a scan appears to work just fine. But, in spite of several reboots, I no longer seem to have 'round the clock' coverage. Can anyone help? PS: Real-time file system protection IS enabled, as is "Automatic real-time file system protection startup."