Where can the file csrss exe be found on windows XP Tags: Security McAfee Processors Windows XP Last response: September 25, 2012 7:00 PM in Windows XP Share Sailor_77 September 25, 2012 6:54:27 PM Hello, I am currentlly running XP and have noticed slowing of the processor and what appears to be an overly active csrss.exe file (2-4% CPU) when viewing processes under task manager. I am running McAfee with all updates current. Is it likely that something could have infected the csrss.exe file or another while supposedly being protected by McAfee ? Thanks for your help. Jack More about : file csrss exe found windows ex_bubblehead a b 8 Security September 25, 2012 7:00:00 PM Amazing what you can find with Google: http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/csrss.exe.htm... m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Where is csrss.exe supposed to be located in XP Media 2005? Forum I am upgrading my Windows XP to 8.1. I receive two error messages as follows: (1) Setup.exe-entry Point not found. CxxFrameHan Forum SolvedI get the "Error 15: File not found" on dual boot (Windows XP vs xPud) Forum remove csrss.exe off windows 8 Forum Missing csrss.exe file, how do I install it? Forum Csrss exe windows 7 Forum 2 csrss.exe files running Forum What is csrss exe in windows 7 Forum 2 csrss.exe files running Forum Windows XP Pro shows autochk.exe not found. Skipping autoc.. Forum Windows XP Pro shows autochk.exe not found. Skipping autoc.. Forum How to repair explorer exe file in windows xp Forum Printer spooler service is not running windows xp exe file Forum where is config.exe in windows xp? Forum Solvedcan't download Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool 404 file or dictionary not found Forum Windows XP Crash - Services.exe File Forum just reinstalled xp on brand new hard drive. when I put in the driver disk for my nic I get setup.exe -no entry point found. . Forum How to disable exe files windows xp Forum Where do my files go after I do a recovery on my windows xp? Forum In Windows-xp, assigning Adobe Reader, acrord32.exe, to read PDF files, Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !