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Guest_Tony_*

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Hey People,

I was not sure on this proccess csrss.exe, I looked it up on the internet net and its said that it is a microsoft product, and some trojans like Netsky or Netspy or what ever the [bleep] its call also can use it.

I have 2 anti-spyware test's (using Spybot and Ad-aware SE) and also used 2 virus scanners (one on my computer and an online trojan scanner) and all of them came back clear with it all.

Do I have anything to worry about with csrss.exe proccess. I must mind you that I do have that Synchronize thing that windows XP has for my home page to be access offline.
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samiko

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its a normal windows process, do not worry about it unless you have error messages on unexpected behaviour from your system.
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Nah my computer is running really fast and very well, I just wanted to know that cause i never took notice of that then I saw it tonight and freaked cause the last thing I want is a virus or spyware.

I just now totally make sure and doublwe check on things now aye.

And thank you heaps samiko for replying to my question tonight :-D I very much thank full for that.
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Tony you most welcome and we are glad we could help :tazz:
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