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The second should be located in Windows\winsxs\~. There's also one in prefetch dir CRSS.EXE-22452D1B.pf and CRSS.EX_ in C:Windows\I386 Any ideas if these are all legit? csrss - Client Server Runtime Process My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Built OS Windows 7 Ultimate 32-Bit & Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit CPU Intel Core i7 CPU 950 @ Ben in Pennsylvania, USA be aware that althought the WXP csrss.exe is 4096kB on disk, it can take more than 4 Meg of RAM nursoda I opened my windows task manager

Gosh, i just reformated my drive and partitioned with partition magic into 8 drives. antivirus handled this thing well. they are exactly the same and both are running with no capital letters so im just gonna say its a duplicate xD gtamad csrss.exe is legitimate, but I found a handle So the process can't be stopped, the file can't be removed and anti-virus apps say the thing is fine! http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/processlibrary/csrss/

Dan I recieved a mirror file from a mass mailing called csrss.exe. DAMN!!! Alenth Eneil mine was running from a file \\??\\C:\windows\lastgood\system32 i dont know where it is, its not in my systen 32 file and no virus scanner can find it uh guy If csrss.exe is located in the user's "Documents" folder, the security rating is 70% dangerous.

I then deleted the files from the \windows\system32 directory and ran Hijackit to remove the other reg entries made. A cute example will fit, there is a big difference between csrss.exe and csrs.exe. It also had a buddy file called CTFMONSS.EXE Both of these files needed to be stopped by using the End Process Tree command. i am click ok button of error dialog box to close.

Csrss.exe should be located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. jamicat it comes with block checker tapiwa reloaded windows and after reboot,virus rolled back my computer dregs I had an additional csrss.exe file in System32\dllcache, just as Ben from Pennsylvania had. Thanks to Ben also. see here Then I ran security task manager scan which found out the file indeed was dangerous and removed it.

It located at C:\Users\(USERNAME)\AppData\Local\Temp\ . When the tool opens click Yes to disclaimer. In all honesty it's an amatuer virus at best. renamed and will try to run.

Paul C suspect danger l.thorpe I have two of these, but they are both in safe folders (C:\I386, the drivers, and C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32, the win32 folder) so I know I am OK. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/protect/forum/protect_scanning/csrssexe/26bba20c-2691-4d42-bec4-637436c53c4f fileinspect_channel Abone olAbone olunduAbonelikten çık3232 Yükleniyor... Kapat Evet, kalsın. NowBlog 25.903 görüntüleme 3:54 csrss.exe High Cpu Usage?

In most cases, the file is considered to be safe. Backup all the files in My Documents as they will be lost. There were 2 other files labelled csrss.exe, both in system 32, one a .dll, but I was told to leave these alone (I am no computer whiz). FRST64 makes a log (FRST.txt) in the same directory from which the tool is run (Desktop).

you'll have to play the catch it at windows load until you beat all of the virus loads again to reinstall your software. I deleted the bad one and don't have the annoying pop-ups anymore. This allows you to repair the operating system without losing data. Click Here to Run a Free Scan for Csrss.exe Errors More information about Csrss.exe The most common path for this file is within the C:\Windows\System directory.

jos is evil it is a system file... Denis windows file! csrss.exe was the CPU hog according to task manager, it sits at 5.45 MB on my Windows 2003 Server , and I believe the file is ligitimate on my system.

be careful if deleting manually as the real one is an important file needed on your pc...

I say reinstall/reset if your computer is running slow on startup. It started showing up in the process manager after I accidentally opened a suspicious file from Limewire. To increase your protection, use a malware scanner as well. A Microsoft Windows file stored in the c:\windows\system32 or c:\winnt\system32 directory that has the file description: "Client Server Runtime process." Is this file a spyware, trojan, or virus?

I can't antycsrss:) its a trojan if its in your windows/system.. Tobias csrss.exe starts consuming 25% CPU for 60-90 seconds when I start up most Adobe CS3 apps, or QuarkXpress 8. But after I opened a downloaded program which ended in an error. I used norton antivirus to find this out, it can't remove a file that is a critical process.manual deletion will cause crashes.