I just updated from NOD32 v. 2.7, which I've used for several years, to v. 3.0.684.0. It was a renewal so it took about 24 hours, as stated in posts I found here, for the right expiration date of my new license to show up and the icon to turn from orange to green, but everything is OK now along those lines. However, I am noticing that the last virus signature update I received was about 21 hours ago. Where with v. 2.7, it seemed like the virus signature database was updating multiple times a day. Basically, whenever I would log onto my computer as a user, more often than not it would say "NOD32 has updated your virus signature definitions." I set the updates up exactly as per Blackspear's v. 3 tutorial, I have chosen "choose automatically" for the server. On advanced setup I have "always update program components" and "offer restart if necessary" on the update mode tab, "use global proxy server settings" enabled on the HTTP Proxy tab (I don't know if this is correct because as far as I know I'm not connecting via a proxy, I have cable Internet and there is no proxy enabled on my connection options in IE, but that's how it was in Blackspear's tutorial) and on the LAN setting I have "default system" enabled. I have tried updating manually and it tells me that my signature database is up to date. I have cleared the update cache and again tried manually updating and it still tells me the signature database is up to date. Is the signature database not being updated multiple times a day anymore? Do I have something configured improperly in my settings? Or is there something else that might be going on here? The current database I have is 4098. Thanks in advance for any help.