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What is this?  It is using 30-40% of CPU usage.

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Is it ShadowProtect Backup from StorageCraft? (http://www.storagecraft.com/)
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what operating system are you using? go to task manager, right click the process and select properties. On the properties sheet you should see the path where the factory resides on the PC. Provide the name of the folder and we'll help.
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