It seems that cisvc.exe is a valid Microsoft process used to keep Windows XP or Windows 2000 running smoothly. I have not seen any reports of a virus infecting this file, or a trojan of the same name.
Are you sure of the two names you gave? You say CISvc.exe and CISCV.exe, (the c and the v are transposed).
Have a look at this site;
and scroll down to cisvc.exe for more details.
I am not sure why AVG would have reported this but for the time being do not delete it as you may need to restore it from the Quarantine area. .
Hopefully the experts here will give you better advice. If you are going to close down your computer today before anyone else answers, I would restore both items from the quarantine area before closing down in case starting the computer up again the next time comes across any problems.
Just checked my nightly AVG results and found I had been infected with the above Trojan. AvG registered two.
One had already been placed in the virus vault and had a blue box under the heading T.
File Name: CISvc.exe
File path: C:\WINDOWS\$ Nt service pack Uninstall$
Source: backup copy
The second one I moved myself from Test Results to the virus vault. There it showed a red box under T.
File Name: CISCV.EXE_
File path: C:\WINDOWS\1386\
Source: Moved object
Could someone please tell me what all this means. Am I still infected, did I do the right thing by putting the second trojan in the virus vault, have I lost vital programs because they couldn't be healed, and what do I do now?