When awakening from hibernation (Suspend-to-disk), ZA uses the hard disk so heavily than it take 2 mn before I can use my PC.

This is a new problem which appeared 3 months roughly ago :
I never met it during the several years
I have used ZA antivirus , on the same hard disk with the same OS (XP home). My disk is a fast SATA drive (7200 tmp). The problem arises only when awakening from "Suspend-to-disk" hibernation, and NON when awakening from "Suspend-to-RAM" sleep mode.

Of course, the problem doesn't arise when ZA isn't activated.

Below are examples, at the begining and at the end of the 2 mn, of readfile or writefile commands sent by VSMON.EXE, which "monopolize" my disk for 2 mn at each hibernation awakening.

EXAMPLE at the beginning of the 2 mn periode

14:10:14,4838675,"vsmon.exe","388&q uot;,"WriteFile","C:\WINDOWS\Intern et Logs\tvDebug.log","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Z oneLabs\vsmon.exe"

14:10:14,5004682,"vsmon.exe","388&q uot;,"ReadFile","C:\WINDOWS\Interne t Logs\IAMDB.RDB","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Zon eLabs\vsmon.exe"

14:10:24,4379533,"vsmon.exe","388&q uot;,"ReadFile","C:\WINDOWS\system3 2\ZoneLabs\avsys\bases\krnun001.avc","C: \WINDOWS\system32\ZoneLabs\vsmon.exe"


EXAMPLE at the end of the 2 mn

14:12:17,8473332,"vsmon.exe","388&q uot;,"WriteFile","C:\WINDOWS\Intern et Logs\bu_todelete.rdb","C:\WINDOWS\system 32\ZoneLabs\vsmon.exe"

14:12:17,8475277,"vsmon.exe","388&q uot;,"ReadFile","C:\WINDOWS\Interne t Logs\BACKUP.RDB","C:\WINDOWS\system32\Zo neLabs\vsmon.exe"

Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Software Version:8.0
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Antivirus