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Hmmm, that's odd, I've checked a couple of other Windows 7 X64 PCs (one Home, one Pro) and they both had winsrv.dll in the system32 folder.
Here's the original Farbar scan which says the file is missing if that helps.
FRST_original.txt 37.82KB 193 downloads
Found this on processlibrary.com:
What is winsrv.dll?
File that contains the server side version of the 32-bit user and GDI routines (graphics engine). winsrv.dll is a system process that is needed for your PC to work properly. It should not be removed.
I don't have it in C:\Windows\System32 on my:
Windows 7 Pro X64
Windows 7 Pro X86 under Oracle VirtualBox
Windows 10 Pro X64 systems
Windows 10 Pro X64 Insider build under Oracle VirtualBox
Ran FRST on my Windows 7 Pro X86 under Oracle VirtualBox and it did not flag winsrv.dll. Something strange going on here.
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