This one with a slightly different name was found on "Cracked" Windows OS. Our theory is that the crack opened the OS to use as a storage place for some illicit content.
Sadly the fix was to wipe the drive and install a new legitimate OS.
This is NOT to say this is your issue but today's malware, spyware, trojans and more could create this issue. I'm only sharing something we ran into that sounds all too close.
I've been trying to free up some space on my hard drive by uninstalling programs. After sorting all programs by size, I see Windows Driver Package- Freescale Semiconductor at the top of the list, taking up 135gb. I'm really tempted to uninstall it but I'm not sure if it is system-critical. Google brings up the company page, so I'm wondering if anyone here knows what it is and if I can uninstall it.