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File Name: AERTSr64.exe
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The AERTSr64.exe process is an executable file of the Andrea RT Filters Service from Andrea Electronics Corporation.
The AERTSr64.exe process is not an essential file to the computer system performance. Disabling it or enabling it depends on whether you use Andrea RT Filters Service or not.  
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I don't know what it does (I have Windows 7)
Dan B.
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Safe, unless file is in a different area. C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\AERTSr64.exe -CtxID Andrea Electronics Corporation Andrea filters APO access service (64-bit) Copyright © 2007-2009 Andrea Electronics Corporation. All rights reserved. APO Access Service (64-bit)
2 9 Report Abuse
Same Here What does this program in windows 7 do ?
2 14 Report Abuse
But what does it do?
29 11 Report Abuse
Yes, I see all kinds of "it's safe" BS on the web.. I want to know what it's doing and why it's necessary. The Only Realtek hardware I have is the sound.
2 4 Report Abuse
Realtek Audio Driver. Should be located in %ProgramFiles%\\Realtek\\Audio\\HDA folder. It is not clear what id does, however.
7 1 Report Abuse
Part of Andrea's APO Access Service, this is the 64-bit version of a filter service generally used to filter out background noise etc. when using a microphone. Often associated with drivers for various sound and audio cards
Bally Joesaquio
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this program was causing a pop up message stating that is was infected. It occured a couple times when in skype and even out of skype. I have reported this to microsoft, realtek and anreas and they all have no idea what is going on.
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If you think that a file that starts with Windows that's associated with your mic (to better hear what it is that your saying) is safe, I've gotta a bridge I'd like to sell you. It's signed to a company that's different from the one that makes the hardware...come on?? It would be a totally different thing if it only started and ran when needed...but it doesn't. It wants to run ALL THE TIME...WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU???!!??? DUH!!
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