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VSSERV.EXE killing machine

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I have a computer that has VSSERV.EXE runnig and eating up cycles.  Is this necessary and can I stop this task and if so - what is the best method?
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you could but bitdefender relies on it to work correctly.
Try looking at this forum to see if they can help you find out why iots hogging your resources
http://forum.bitdefender.com/
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