I've got a very unusual problem, that's only recently started happening. When using AIM (AOL Instant Manager) and saving the logs of my IM conversations, eventually it freezes up. No error message, it simply hangs, goes transparrent-gray, and if I click it I get the Windows message "The program has stopped responding." I force-close AIM and try to message the person again, but it freezes again. I can still message other people, but eventually this freezes too. When going to the log files themselves to delete them, Explorer freezes up as well. After a reboot, the log files become "available" again, and can be deleted or renamed without problems. However, eventually, the program errors and freezes up again, whether it's still working with the same log file or having deleted it and created a new log. When disabling the logs it doesn't freeze up, nor does it freeze up or crash when I save the logs onto another drive besides my C: drive. I've tested copying other files into the same drive and directory, and there were no problems. I've tried saving the logs onto one of my other drives, and no freezes. I don't get this sort of issue with ANY other program, nor does my room-mate who also uses the same version of AIM as me. Has anyone else seen this sort of problem? I am currently running Windows 7, Service Pack 1.