Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
My research of that file name indicates it is most likely a trojan of some sort. If it is missing, your antivirus probably removed it.
To remove the message, open MSConfig and goto the startup tab. Uncheck the item associated with CSRCS.exe
If you have windows 2000 you will need to find a copy of MSConfig from the internet.
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