I'm rather paranoid about malware, and so I go to great lengths to mitigate it. However, a few days ago I noticed that I was receiving an "Infected with rootkit" response when running eSage Bootkit Remover (www,esagelab,com/resources.php?n=software). The removal method the program includes did not work. So I ran several different other AVs and sent several files to virustotal,com for analysis and I never did find anything. So, eventually, I decided to unplug all my drives except one, wipe it with DBAN, and re-install. Immediately after logging in the first time I ran the eSage tool to confirm that rootkit had been removed, and sure enough it had. I started installing drivers, and after each install I immediately checked for the presence of a rootkit. I installed the driver, rebooted, and checked. After going through a few drivers, I finally discovered that the Intel RST package is causing the "false positive" detection. Immediately after installing RST and rebooting, the rootkit detection started showing up. Even after using EasyBCD to replace the MBR, I still get this infection notice. Can anyone else confirm that the Intel RST (direct from intel,com) causes a rootkit infection warning with the above mentioned tool on their machine? Thanks.