Also it deletes the files of the internet explorer cache. It really makes your PC slower but it's safe :-}. It lists all pc vertical and you can chose aynone for what do yo want See also: Link Cagdas Si no esta en el directorio win32, y esta en C:/windows, es or are there anyone with a new idea to solve this problem ? check over here
i will rename and delete....not in sys32! Thanks! #1 supadupapunky, May 31, 2006 mechBgon Super Moderator
Elite Member Joined: Oct 31, 1999 Messages: 30,699 Likes Received: 0 Do you have reasons to think your system's infected? Try also to search the killer. Andrew Trend Officescan recently picked this file up as being infected by BKDR_AGENT.CZ by its real time scanner - but a full scan of c:\ reports no infected files.
How can I get full path of a process ? ( with an api ?maybe ) Please help me with your; any idea / any information / any link-code. However when I scan every part of my c;\ drive seperately I can complete the individual scans but nothing is picked up. Thanks for your speedy help/input!Click to expand... %systemroot% is the quivalent to C:\Windows. The other viruses are installed with this like regsvr.exe, csrss.exe etc.
Big Doc Lou It's a file used by Alias's Maya, so if u have Maya it's possible that u find it in your computer... gary may be a trojan J.M. So now, it just gives "n/a"( I'm Win7 home edition 64bit o.s. Ask the experts!
Any other variation on the name or location, THAT file is bad. Slowing down your comp? I had to remove everything though. If this happens "normally," the system shuts down; if it happens unexpectedly, Smss.exe causes the system to stop responding (hang).
See also: Link Mr B. If you've installed the service pack, that file automatically gets installed with your system, no biggy. Moosa It was not in the system 32 and totally shocked my CPU, i was not able to refresh my virus scanner or use the internet. mine was installed by a bogus key gen (yea i know) and ever since 1/26/06 it attempts to shut down NIS 2005.
El verdadero esta en win32. One of these processes that may look suspicious is the SMSS.exe. it is a valid windows process See also: Link Dave Berry "high" criticality, detected by my Kaspersky AV 2011. No result ( or different error message like in your link* ) and Yes, I want path(es) of all running processes.
if in properties of file writed :MicroSoft. check my blog WW3 to Follow. If you think they are, your best bet is to update your virus definitions, boot your system into Safe Mode, and then scan for and delete the infected files (if any). I wonder if either of these is a virus...
There is a smss.exe in the system folder(another in system32 probably normal one) for me so i guess i have to delete it, but how? Maur Downloaded a "crack" from eMule and it installed this file 'smss.exe' to '\windows\system' folder instead of '\windows\system32', where the MS certified original 'ssms.exe' is located. The virus itself is commonly larger than the original file. this content Valis Fauntleroy on my system smss.exe uses 224K mem and 144K VM.
Any ideas?. For now I am assuming they are not infections. I was thrown off by the unfamiliar syntax. For now I would think this particlar issue is closed. It's a Windows process, see:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314056/en-us nick9860 26.01.2008 21:52 QUOTE(Farnk69 @ 27.01.2008 00:40) It's a Windows process, see:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314056/en-usThat's wrong article - it's about svchost.exe, but not smss.exe...eestlane, smss.exe is really Microsoft OS
Sunday, September 19, 2010 1:07 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi Macir, You can try to use GetModuleFileName Function. When this process begins, the system thread is responsible for a number of specific tasks including launching the Winlogon, specific Win32 processes and among other items, setting the system variables. How to fix smss.exe related problems? 1. I have a smss.exe in my windows\system32 file so i;m not sure.
Einstain safe if it is in your system folder, dangerous if it is found somewhere else Yohyohyoh Reported as Vundo.JE trojan by AVG, redirect browser results and slow down PC Denied which then leads me to my current problem. Removed it from the registry and all is okay (worked with Miceosoft tech support) Chris system file located in c:\windows\system32 and is called Session Manager SubSystem and is responsible for handling have a peek at these guys Welcome to the All-In-One Code Framework!
I looked in my SYSTEM32 folder and I have the 2 CPX files.