Is there a trojan csrss.exe? If so how do I eliminate it.

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  1. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #71

    Bruce SX said:
    Got it with the F2 key.......finally. I can start at post #53 now...and it's almost lunchtime. I can wait.

    YAY!
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  2. Posts : 47
    Win 7
    Thread Starter
       #72

    ok


    Now that I'm into BIOS at the top of the page I chose Boot from the tabs listed.

    In the boot menu I have the following:
    BOOT CONFIGURATION
    Fast Boot [enabled]
    Launch csm [disabled]

    BOOT OPTION PRIORITIES
    Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....]
    Boot option #2 [Sandisk Cruze....]

    > Add New Boot Option
    > Delete Boot Option

    So, I highlighted Boot Option #2 pressed enter

    The result was a pop up window that contained the following:

    Boot Option #2
    Widows Boot Manager (PO: ST500LT0)12-1DG142
    UEFI: SanDisk Cruzer Glide 2.01 (this is highlighted in the window)
    Disabled

    I hit enter again and Boot option #2 above now is written as: [UEFI: SanDisk Cruze]

    Do I tap enter again?

    EDIT: From This:
    BOOT OPTION PRIORITIES
    Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....]
    Boot option #2 [Sandisk Cruze....]

    To this:
    BOOT OPTION PRIORITIES
    Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....]
    Boot option #2 [UEFI: Sandisk Cruze....]
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  3. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #73

    Bruce SX said:
    Now that I'm into BIOS at the top of the page I chose Boot from the tabs listed.

    In the boot menu I have the following:
    BOOT CONFIGURATION
    Fast Boot [enabled]
    Launch csm [disabled]

    BOOT OPTION PRIORITIES
    Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....]
    Boot option #2 [Sandisk Cruze....]

    > Add New Boot Option
    > Delete Boot Option

    So, I highlighted Boot Option #2 pressed enter

    The result was a pop up window that contained the following:

    Boot Option #2
    Widows Boot Manager (PO: ST500LT0)12-1DG142
    UEFI: SanDisk Cruzer Glide 2.01 (this is highlighted in the window)
    Disabled

    I hit enter again and Boot option #2 above now is written as: [UEFI: SanDisk Cruze]

    Do I tap enter again?

    EDIT: From This:
    BOOT OPTION PRIORITIES
    Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....]
    Boot option #2 [Sandisk Cruze....]

    To this:
    BOOT OPTION PRIORITIES
    Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....]
    Boot option #2 [UEFI: Sandisk Cruze....]
    We want Boot Option #1 to be the SanDisk Cruzer and boot option #2 doesn't matter (it will probably change to Windows Boot Manager).

    FAST BOOT should be set to disabled.

    The system should then boot to the flash drive.

    I have to leave now for a while. Will be back later. I'm sorry, can't be helped.
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  4. Posts : 47
    Win 7
    Thread Starter
       #74

    Hi Simrick


    Not a problem. I will see what I may be able to accomplish in the interim

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  5. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #75

    I'm back for a bit. How are we doing?
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  6. Posts : 47
    Win 7
    Thread Starter
       #76

    simrick said:
    I'm back for a bit. How are we doing?
    I stopped to eat and shower.

    I got to where the only option is #1 and it is: UEFI SanDisk cruzer

    I left it there. Am I ready to go for it now?
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  7. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #77

    Bruce SX said:
    I stopped to eat and shower.

    I got to where the only option is #1 and it is: UEFI SanDisk cruzer

    I left it there. Am I ready to go for it now?
    Yes, I think so.
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  8. Posts : 47
    Win 7
    Thread Starter
       #78

    simrick said:
    Yes, I think so.
    It told me no go. I had disabled Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....] in order to leave just Boot option #2 [Sandisk Cruze....]n which then appeared by itself as boot option #1

    When I hit enter it told me that with secure boot disabled It couldn't boot.

    I closed out BIOS without saving changes.

    So....I am back trying to get into BIOS again using the only method that worked once.....which is the F2 key while starting.

    Got in again!


    EDIT

    Stopped at Advanced Tab this time

    The choices are:

    Internal pointing device [enabled]
    Wake on Lid Opening [enabled]
    Power Off Energy Saving [enabled]

    Intel Virtualization Technology [enabled]
    OS Selection [Windows 8.x]

    >Sata Configuration
    >Network Stack Configuration
    >USB Configuration


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  9. Posts : 16,278
    W10Prox64
       #79

    Bruce SX said:
    It told me no go. I had disabled Boot option #1 [Windows boot manage....] in order to leave just Boot option #2 [Sandisk Cruze....]n which then appeared by itself as boot option #1

    When I hit enter it told me that with secure boot disabled It couldn't boot.

    I closed out BIOS without saving changes.

    So....I am back trying to get into BIOS again using the only method that worked once.....which is the F2 key while starting.
    Okay, so no changes have been saved to the BIOS.

    Let's try getting into the one-time boot menu without modifying the BIOS.

    You should press the power button, and then immediately start tapping the ESC key (tap tap tap tap tap) until it brings up a menu to select the boot device. There you should be able to select the flash drive. I have even seen some flash drive selections indicated as PMAP, but that is usually on older systems.

    Some systems need Secure Boot off, and some don't - I have no idea why it is that way....
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  10. Posts : 47
    Win 7
    Thread Starter
       #80

    simrick said:
    Okay, so no changes have been saved to the BIOS.

    Let's try getting into the one-time boot menu without modifying the BIOS.

    You should press the power button, and then immediately start tapping the ESC key (tap tap tap tap tap) until it brings up a menu to select the boot device. There you should be able to select the flash drive. I have even seen some flash drive selections indicated as PMAP, but that is usually on older systems.

    Some systems need Secure Boot off, and some don't - I have no idea why it is that way....
    Just read this.

    Should I then do the Esc tab?
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