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  1. It finally stopped consuming CPU, so I guess I just got lucky...
  2. No, disabling real-time protection does not help. And yes, number of scanned files keep going up!
  3. After upgrading to Windows 8.1, ESET Service started behaving oddly, very high CPU usage. I uninstalled completely (v6.x), and have now installed the latest v7.0.302.26. But the CPU usage is still high, here is a line from the Task Manager: ESET Service (32 bit) 31.2% 81.6 MB 0 MB/s -0.1 Mbps On another note: The 64-bit version still uses a 32-bit version of the ESET Service, really?! PS. And no, temporarily disabling protection does NOT reduce the CPU usage...
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