According to Norton, my system is infected with the Keylogger.trojan virus and I can't seem to find it. It seems to prevent Norton Systmworks from starting and is hiding from all the antivirus checks I've run. I've tried Spybot, The Cleaner, Norton Antivirus, two on-line virus and trojan checks, but nothing seems to detect the virus. I can hear the hard drive run each time I hit a key, but I can't seem to find what is causing the problem. The Symantec web site has insturctions on how to clear the virus by manually editing the registry and searching for certain files, but there are none of the files that they describe. I've also tried turning off all the startup files in msconfig and Task Manager to no avail. I suspect there is a different keylogger that Norton is mis-identifying as Keylogger.tronan. The big question is, what would cause Norton Systemworks 2004 not to start, including the utilities, clean sweep and antivirus. I've uninstalled and reinstalled the program twice, and all went fine until I tried to operate it. It registers properly, but still will not run. Please don't tell me it's Norton's fault (I know some don't care for the product, but I've never had a problem with it) I'm out of ideas. Anybody got any other things I can try? Thanks to all in this wonderful forum.