So while it was the hope to have no errors this year, that’s just not the case. The worst part is when computer errors happen to files and processes that are required for your computer to run smoothly and properly. If it was just for a video game or something that you don’t really need, that’s one thing. Either way, here is a link I found that might help fix errors during startup.
What are some of the worst files for errors? I’ve found a handful of files to be the most common and they can all totally damage your computer.
The one file is the Client Server Runtime Process on Windows. It’s also called csrss.exe or the csrss process. Some websites claim the file is dangerous and may even be considered as a virus. From the extensive research I’ve done, I don’t think you should worry about the csrss.exe virus. It is definitely a necessary file for your computer to run correctly, but it isn’t considered a virus if it is installed and maintained properly. Either way, you should be careful when you get any system error to make sure all of your pictures and files on your computer are safe. If you have pictures uploaded to Facebook or Pinterest, those aren’t on your computer and you are ok.
As you can see in the little picture here, your system will run tons of processes while it’s on. It’s not a big deal if these are all running unless they are dangerous or if they are taking up 99% (or tons) of your CPU memory. When that stuff happens, you may be in trouble or in danger of losing your information.
Other sites say the csrss trojan is malware or should be removed. If you aren’t getting errors with it, leave it alone and let it be!
Hopefully that helps you.