Don't beleive the checkboxes you see in the GUI. All they do is (maybe) to
prevent the AV from *looking for viruses*. It probably still handles each
piece of IO internally. Same applies for "disabling" AV.
As Slava said either uninstall the AV or even better test on a ***
Why should it? It is *your* application that initiates I/O while AV simply
Note that the particular AV you are using may not be the guilty party here.
Anything that installs kernel mode intercepts is a suspect. Test on a clean