I understand now.. I can get it removed remotely from computrace themselves. I read some place that there is a number in the bios you can call.. have them remove it and when it dials home it will remove the software and put it back to the original non computrace bios version.
Or should I leave it on there and just deal with eset. If eset does know this is normal then why inform people of its existence if you have told it to not do anything hundreds of times. I think if I say to don't do anything then it should be intelligent enough to not report it any further but I should in the event