I have Acronis set to make automatic backups of my two drives overnight. Normally it completes without a problem. However, this morning I woke up and Acronis was still running, keeping both core of my processor at near full utilization. I put my cursor over the Acronis icon in the system tray and it says Status 100%. Since it had been running for 3 hours, I right clicked on the system tray icon and selected cancel, but it apparently isn't canceling. The icon now shows a red circle with a diagonal line through it (like it's crossed out), but the program is still using 100% of both of my CPU cores. This happened once before, and I ended up just rebooting my computer to free up my CPU again. Both times, my main system drive backup went fine, but it was the subsequent backup of my storage drive that got stuck. Looking at my log file, it appears that my Backup Location exceeded the size quota and Acronis tried to delete older images to make room. It looks like this may be where it got stuck. Here is a link to my log file. I've also attached a copy to this post. Does anyone know why this is happening or how to fix it? Thank you!