I have been using Eset NOD32 v2.7 on my laptop with no issues since originally installing it. Immediately after upgrading to v3.0, the system hangs at startup after user logon. [I let it go for almost an hour with no progress] I can start in safe mode with no problems. Reverting to the point prior to NOD32 v3.0 install using System Restore corrected the problem, though I could then not re-install v3.0 nor uninstall v2.7. Re-installing v2.7 allowed me to then try installing v3.0 again, with the same result of hanging at startup. I then started in safe mode, disabled the two ESET services, rebooted normal mode and uninstalled v3.0 clean, and did a clean re-install of v2.7 So, I guess I'm stuck with v2.7 until a bug is identified and fixed, or someone can tell me what my problem might be. I'm using v3.0 on my wifes Averatec laptop running WinXP with no issues. I have a Dell XPS-M1210 that I performed a bare-metal install of Windows Vista Ultimate on, along with all the appropriate hardware drivers from Dell's support site. In addition, I use the following as startup software: Lavalys Everest Ultimate v4.00.976 Logitech LCD Software Manager v1.04.153 Logitech SetPoint Control Center v4.00.121 BlackBerry Device Manager v220.127.116.11 FlashGet v18.104.22.1688 (A full "HiJack" report attached for reference)Log removed per this announcement. Anyone have any ideas for me to try?