Generally, if you notice several Csrss.exe processes on the task window, your system might be infected with certain spyware, Trojan or other viruses. Quote 15th Sep 201412:50 #6 newsgroup guy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Nov 2012 Thanks, El Heggunte, for the suggestion. The time now is 16:04. Maybe they decided to lose support for Windows 2000, I don't know, but if that was the case that was a very lousy way to stop working on people's older OSs. weblink
Thanks a lot guys! When a file or directory is misused or damaged, the application as a whole may be unable to load. You should waste no time and check the file with some reliable security tools in order to make sure that computer is safe." Quote 15th Sep 201413:56 #10 newsgroup guy cottonball View Public Profile Find More Posts by cottonball 06 May 2013 #5 Britton30 Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1 24,480 posts Mt.
I did nothing else out of the ordinary, that I don't do regularly in that OS, to my knowledge.) I ran a Quick Scan with Avira -- an older main program Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Computer Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video News Newbie / General discussions Normally the file is stored in the c:\windows\system32 location.
If it doesn't remove it then you might need a anti-spyware program that will. Nice one. Thanks again, Greg Bishop [email protected] bishoponair.com Report Freq- Jul 7, 2008 03:38AM Legend. Microsoft Professional Support P.S.
Britton30 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Britton30 07 May 2013 #6 MichaelMarr Windows 7 45 posts Liverpool Thanks for the replies. Csrss.exe Trojan Me too got "..C:\Windows\config\csrss.exe.", on startup. If not, follow the steps below. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Home Built Desktop By DataTech OS Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1 CPU Intel i5-2550K, Differing ~4.4-4.8GHz No built in GPU Motherboard ASUS
b. Type User in the search box and select Settings. How To Tell If Csrss.exe Is A Virus Download new, secure drivers and perform a clean system restart. Thanks very much. Quote 15th Sep 201417:56 #13 El Heggunte View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage sick'n'tired of evrything Join Date : Jun 2009 Location : Outside Of Time On
I should have underlined them, or something different than caps. click to read more Open Run and type cmd in the search box. Csrss.exe Virus I've had this dual-boot for years without problems, but I don't know what happened and since yesterday I get this error message every time I start XP: "Windows cannot find 'C:\WINDOWS\Config\csrss.exe'. Csrss.exe Will Not Show Properties I just deleted Shell using delete key (looks like people are saying just change path to explore.exe or something like that.) Do you know what the shell thing does anyways exactly??
System Security CSRSSI have installed a clean copy of Windows 7, after a full format of the drives. How to Deal with Csrss.exe Problems? Problem solved so easily! Not the whole Winlogon, of course, which has a lot of other stuff in it, seemingly legit, but just the REG_SZ key? Csrss.exe Windows 7
I dont know what to do Report keith- Apr 30, 2009 07:03AM Michael, Your solution worked perfectly and thanks. Maybe it still is, but hopefully not. 'Cause, you see, I only installed two programs 2 days ago that could have caused this: -> NeroVision Express -- the very old, stand-alone When I click properties on csrss.exe it doesn't show me anything, my PC goes really 'laggy' and I have a desktop gadget of my cpu performance and that goes crazy the check over here And csrss.exe has always lived inside %WinDir%\system32.
My System Specs OS Windows 7 32 Emerogork View Public Profile Find More Posts by Emerogork Page 1 of 8 1 23 > Last » Is csrss.exe a trojan? « Previous Dwm.exe Windows 7 the registry editor window will then appear. Helpful +0 Report ThankfulForThisForum Jul 25, 2009 01:39AM Thanks for all of the help.
It found nothing wrong. In my book, there is no harm intended to emphasise a single WORD. Quote 15th Sep 201412:09 #3 newsgroup guy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Nov 2012 I have already did a Google search for the problematic Csrss.exe Bsod Ran virus program ( I use AVG) 2.
If this file turns out to be safe, do you think something else could be going on to cause my cpu to randomly go crazy? Register now Not a member yet? Reason: damn typos + clarification Quote 15th Sep 201418:43 #14 DB83 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jul 2007 Location : United Kingdom I'm not On the Processes tab if you right click on the csrss and choose Properties the location should be C:\Windows\System32 .
When I click properties on csrss.exe it doesn't show me anything, my PC goes really 'laggy' and I have a desktop gadget of my cpu performance and that goes crazy the I dont know what to do.
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