What is Aeadisrv.exe

In today time, majority of the Windows PC don’t need aeadisrv.exe file. Find out what it is, its function, error and how to remove aeadisrv.exe from windows 10/8/7 and XP. The aeadisrv.exe file is one of the executable files that is part of a software suite known as SoundMAXSupremeFX by Andrea Electronics. It is essential to support the audio sound cards manufactured by Analog Devices and are installed in your PC. However, it is not an essential windows process, and you can choose to disable it if it is causing unnecessary problems.

Aeadisrv.exe file

Full Form

AEAdiSrvis an abbreviation for Andrea Electronics Audio Filters Service.

Location and size

Aeadisrv.exe is located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. Normally, file sizes on Windows 10/8/7/XP are around 90,112 bytes (about 44% of all occurrences), 69,632 bytes or 86,016 bytes.

There are other several files kept in windows operating system like Stikynot.exe and ATKOSD.exe, whose details are given here.

Aeadisrv.exe – File Information

The Aeadisrv.exe process is not an essential Windows process. It is known to cause very few problems, occurring mainly when an obsolete version of the process is running on your computer. Since it is an .exe file, you may have understood it is an executable file, and in some cases, executable files turn into Trojan horses that cause harm to your computer. It is, however, necessary to understand if the file in question is an essential file or a Trojan that will damage your computer.

The aeadisrv.exe file is not a Windows core file. However, Aeadisrv.exe does have a Microsoft digital signature. Hence the technical security rating is low, at only 24% dangerous.Some types of malware are known to disguise themselves as aeadisrv.exe, particularly when the file is not located in its regular location i.e.the ‘C:\Windows\System32’ folder. In that case, it should be removed from your system.

uninstall How to remove Aeadisrv.exe from your system

  • Click Windows Start Button. In case of Windows 8, look for Control Panel.
  • Click the Control Panel.
  • Choose Uninstall a program.
  • Look for APO Access Service in the list of all available programs.
  • Select Uninstall.


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