Since running a full-system scan yesterday, ESET has complained about detecting multiple Computrace variants within the UEFI and my pre-loaded HP Drive Encryption software, which has been on the computer since I bought it. As my last full-system scan on 9/1 reported no such problems, I'm unsure whether there is a legitimate threat on the system, potentially false positives on ESET's end, or just something that I can ignore all together. In any case, ESET doesn't offer any options for "removing"
The detection is correct. The only way how to 100% resolve the issue is by upgrading UEFI to a version that doesn't contain Computrace, if available. Other than that, you have 2 options:
1, disable detection of potentially unsafe applications (not recommended, especially on servers and machines that might be a target of RDP attacks)
2, exclude the application from detection by its detection name as per https://support.eset.com/kb6519.