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ESS9 Crashes Outlook 2016, High CPU Usage

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ESS9 crashed my Outlook 2016 on my Surface Pro 4 and as a result, Outlook disabled ESS9's module. I also noticed that my Surface 4 Pro's fan would occasionally turn on indicating high CPU usage. When I checked out Task Manager and saw that ESET Service is using a high CPU (> 30%). At the time, ESS9 wasn't running a scan or updating the virus database. I've used SysInspector and created a file. How can I find the file and attach it here?

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