Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
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"Start" = "4"
"restrictanonymous" = "1"
"AutoShareWks" = "0"
"AutoShareServer" = "0"
"DoNotAllowXPSP2" = "1"
"EnableDCOM" = "N"
5. To delete the zero-byte files from the Startup folder
Follow the instructions for your version of Windows:
Note: There may be legitimate files on your system that start with "tftp." Delete only the zero-byte files from the Startup folder.
To delete zero-byte files in Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000
To delete zero-byte files in Windows XP
6. To reenable the SharedAccess service (Windows 2000/XP only)
The SharedAccess service is responsible for maintaining Internet Connection Sharing and the Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Firewall applications in Windows. (The presence and names of these applications vary depending on the operating system and service pack you are using.) To protect your computer and maintain network functionality, re-enable this service if you are using any of these programs.
Windows XP Service Pack 2
If you are running Windows XP with Service Pack 2 and are using the Windows Firewall, the operating system will alert you when the SharedAccess service is stopped, by displaying an alert balloon saying that your Firewall status is unknown. Perform the following steps to ensure that the Windows Firewall is re-enabled:
Note: If the Firewall security essential is marked on, your Windows Firewall is on and you do not need to continue with these steps.
If the Firewall security essential is not marked on, click the "Recommendations" button.
Windows 2000 or Windows XP Service Pack 1 or earlier
Complete the following steps to re-enable the SharedAccess service:
Then click OK.
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Steps to remove this virus:
1. Scan the system with a good and updated Anti Virus.
2. Open Task Manager, locate this exe (csrcs.exe or csrsc.exe but not csrss.exe), and kill the process.
3. Now type msconfig in the Run box, and then go to startup tab.
4. Locate this exe file, if any, and then remove it from there as well.
5. Now search the file in the C: drive.
6. Permanently delete the file (csrcs.exe or csrsc.exe only) from the computer.
7. Reboot the PC for changes to take place.
After doing the above steps, you need to clean the registry as well.
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