Hi Cochise, May I first go back to the previous postings in this thread? (Maybe I should have done that earlier.......). If I understand you right, you are using AVG as your resident AV. Am I right? Then you said that you have scanned with some other scanners: like for example A2, TrojanHunter, etc. Somehow I seem to remember me from the good old TDS-3 times that doing a full scan with TDS-3 while AVG was still resident, could cause problems. I am not completely sure about other AT scanners. But I would highly recommand to disable temporarily your resident AV (in your case: AVG) when doing a full system scan with an AT. And even more in general: When ever doing an on-demand full system scan with anyother AV/AT/AS, I think you should temporarily disable your resident scanner(s): simply to avoid any conflict. With conflict I mean here that your resident scanner might block certain files to be scanned while doing a full system scan with another scanner. I have seen things happening like that in the past more than once (while the good old TDS-3 was still alive....). If you can, let another scanner (no matter whether AV or AT or AS) do its scanning in Safe Mode !!!!! ===== Another thing: Did I understasnd you right that you installed KAV ? Of course nothing wrong with KAV !!! But the question is: Are now both AVG and KAV running as resident AV ? That is something that is asking for problems. In general: never ever run more than one AV resident at the same time !!! And: Did I understood you right that in the meantime you have uninstalled KAV ? Maybe, in that case, some special tools from KAV are needed; I have to leave that to the KAV-guru's. Make no mistake: I am not saying that you cannot have KAV as on-demand scanner while having another AV as resident scanner. (I have it myself that way). ===== Now about those icons that you're seeing twice. I have to leave you to GF and others about that. But I was asking myself whether you could click on their properties and see whether they point to the same file? And I was asking myself whether you could run the trial version of a Reg-Cleaner, for example Tune-Up Utilities. Maybe running the reg-tool of Tune-Up Utilities might fix this? Sorry, I'm not quite sure.... OK, that's it for now. Take good care, and best wishes Cochise !!!!! Cheers, Jan.