Hi, I have installed ICQ 2001 on Windows XP running with multiple accounts. On my primary account, ICQ works fine without any glitches. ICQ apparently stores its user information as a per-user entry in the registry, not a system-wide entry, so when I run ICQ on the second account, it is like it is a fresh install, asking for a new UIN and all that. Whenever I run ICQ in that secondary account, however, ICQ makes a new (empty) directory in the C:\ root with that UIN, i.e. if the secondary account's UIN is 12345678, every time I open up ICQ in that account, it creates a new C:\12345678 directory. Does anyone know why it would do this, or how to stop it? I changed the received files default location from C:\ to My Documents\My Received Files, and the ICQ directory has total read-write permissions, so I don't know why/if that causes anything. My first account doesn't create this root directory, why does the second one? Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance.