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Only on one PC am I having this problem. MBAMService.exe is doing 12-13% CPU. Sometimes if I quit the program and restart it, it doesn't come back for some time, maybe hours.

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Since I installed this, the problem thus far has not returned. I will let you know if it returns.

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There must have been an update which fixed it. I shut it down for the night about 3 nights ago, restarted it and have had no issues since. Hopefully it is taken care of. I still have trouble understanding why I did not see this issue on my other 2 machines. I guess it will have to be one of those unsolved mysteries!

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1 hour ago, THuot said:

There must have been an update which fixed it. I shut it down for the night about 3 nights ago, restarted it and have had no issues since. Hopefully it is taken care of. I still have trouble understanding why I did not see this issue on my other 2 machines. I guess it will have to be one of those unsolved mysteries!

You were most likely running a older version that did have that issue, Your other two probably had the fixed update already installed.

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