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Windows 7: How do I delete wscsvc.dll & wscsvc.dll.mui

19 Oct 2015   #11

Windows 7 Pro 64-bit

Hi Roy - Sorry, but what do "AV" and "MSE" mean? Sorta looks like "AV" refers to a service or other function required by a 3rd-party application, one which must be loaded automatically. But "MSE"?

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19 Oct 2015   #12
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

AV=Anti Virus

MSE=Microsoft Security Essentials.
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20 Oct 2015   #13

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit

Thanks UG, but either the referenced material is way over my head (quite likely), or I'm missing important antecedent material, because I fail to see the relevance to my question. Take care - CSS
You havnt really got a problem UG is way over the top.
As i said those services are just dissabled, and are not going to give you a problem.

Sorry for being unclear...if you and someone with a known-clean machine navigate the path shown in my images, I think you'll find that they are markedly different.

For instance, I have all Sharing turned off. Why are there extensive XML documents in that folder?

I think it's because the hidden, unwipeable XP Virtual Machine on my C: partition, which is my PC's "SYSTEM", put them there. But I don't know for sure, so I'd hoped someone would do a little investigating to help me and others with this problem. I'm certainly no security expert - just the curious type.

I have null folders and files all over the place after a recent Windows 7 Genuine Validation. During that a notification came up that Microsoft had done a repair to clean up and prevent "an exploit". Then my Windows 7 came up genuine, and updates could be installed.

I'm going to follow Laith's advice on Scannow, though it found no problems previously. Maybe it will after the exploit repair.
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