My Vista Ultimate x86 (32 bit) has the file c:\windows\system32\csrss.exe.
It's been a core component of the Windows desktop since at least Windows
2000. I have also seen references to csrss.exe flagged as a trojan program
on some web-sites. A google search just now reports that only AuditMyPC.com
is reporting it as a virus. Given that AuditMyPC.com doesn't seem to know
that this file is part of Windows, I would strongly advice avoiding this
"Peter Foldes" <okf22@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> In what scenario are you getting this error to show. In Vista there is no
> csrss.exe. This you will find it in XP and W2K3 only . Apart from that
> depending in the scenario it is a Ahlem. A worm otherwise known as
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> "JamesJ" <jjy@xxxxxx_roadrunner.com> wrote in message
>> What is csrss.exe. A search on the internet has brought up the
>> following web page saying in one paragraph that it is 'registered as a
>> Then in another paragraph it says 'The Microsoft Client Server Runtime
>> Server subsystem'
>> I don't understand.