CSRBC.SYS is a huge problem

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  • Official comment
    Alex - Sena Support
    Alex - Sena Support

    What's causing this issue are the drivers from the hardware provider. I have brought this up with our development team to see if we can get a fix or if it's something that can only be addressed with updated hardware from the providers.

    In the meantime, you are correct. You must delete the Cambridge Silicon Radio/csrbc.sys and uninstall the Sena software to re-enable core isolation.

    Core Isolation is also not enabled on everyone's computer; it solely depends on their motherboard. This doesn't affect us directly, but there are other software programs out there that can prevent core isolation from being turned on.

    Although this is not security advice, this is just me speaking as an enthusiast.  I find Windows 11 core isolation very intrusive with the RAM as it slows it down due to the extra processes it has to run. Windows Defender does the majority of the security in Windows 11 OS systems. Think of core isolation as an updated version of driver signature request, as it is used to validate the driver in the chipset of devices. 

  • Theojkett
    Theojkett

    Resolved. I had to dig deep within the installed system files and found it and uninstalled it. 

    NOTE: Some of SENA's software appears to not be Windows 11 compatible. I could be wrong but this is not the first time I've heard of this issue.

     

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