Imagine you are too busy with your office work and are struggling to meet deadlines when suddenly at some odd hour of the night you find something popping up on your system’s screen asking you whether it could make some changes to your system. How would you handle the situation?
Could you not sense some danger of a virus attack?
We understand the side yours. This is what happens with the maximum of us. How much tech-savvy we become; any such suspicious pop-ups do take our breath away!
Recently we have been hearing complaints regarding one such file. We have been flooded with questions by the users and device-owners that about a file named SS3Svc64. Exe has been using a lot of system resources constantly and in some cases, there have been multiple instances running at the same time.
Some are thinking it to be a virus while others find a pop-up window every time, they are starting their systems, asking them if the file could make some changes.
Dude, who are you? Why would we even allow you to make changes in our system? This is what might be going on in all of your minds, right?
Yes, so you need not worry. We are always here to help you out.
So, this article will brief you up on everything that you need to know about SS3Svc64.exe.
- Table of Content
- How did SS3Svc64.exe pop up?
- The safe-unsafe ideology.
- Removing the File pop-up.
- Fixing another issue.
So, let’s get started!
HOW DID SS3SVC64.EXE POP UP?
If you are thinking, what is SS3Svc64.exe?
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The following paragraph has the answer for you.
After a lot of research work that has been carried out on this, in relation to the various questions that were dropped by our users and friends and also by looking at the various other reports and by testing against various virus signature databases what we found is that,
SS3Svc64.exe is a software component file that is owned by Sonic Suite 3 and is taken care of by ASUS. It is basically designed to allow end-users to modify software audio effects from a Graphics User Interface.
It provides a range of audio effects that enhances the
- Sound quality,
- It boosts sound equalization,
- Bass control,
- Noise control,
- Virtual surround sound control,
- Volume stabilization and others.
It is however not a part of a critical windows component and might be automatically an in-built loaded software file in some ASUS computers.
The tool is however widely available on the windows platforms and can also be utilized in checking sound effects and output.
THE SAFE-UNSAFE IDEOLOGY
Now another major concern is, Is SS3Svc64.exe a virus?
Dear user friends, please note that the original exe file does not cause any security threat to the system.
However, there are some necessary steps that are to be followed while using this software so that one doesn’t run into the risk of losing important information.
Following this verification procedure is necessary because of several reasons:
- modern malware is more powerful, and they have camouflaging capabilities.
- It does not get detected in anti-virus scans when there are risks of security threats.
- They change themselves to executable files and get overlooked by security detectors.
- Moreover, these files are often previously installed and hides in a suitable location.
One thing that needs to be kept in mind is that the user will have to check whether the parent application that is Sonic suite three is pre-installed or not. If no, then there is no reason for this .exe software file to cause a threat to any system information.
PROCEDURES TO FOLLOW
However, some long-drawn procedures are to be followed to keep a check on your system’s security. This residual file should never be executed without the parent application. When it seems that the problem is unreal, here are steps to lead on:
- The first step is to check the location of the main process SS3. For this, you’re to press CTRL+SHIFT+Esc keys.
- This will take you to the task manager.
- After going to the task manager, you open the parent file from the list
- Choose SS3Svc64.exe by right-clicking on the option.
- Open the File tray from the pop-up menu that you get to see over there.
If the file Sonic Suite 3 is not installed in a custom location accessing or processing the legitimate file will not be easy.
The safety threat can be checked by downloading it into a virus database and thus can be run through a number of security scans while it is compared with a dozen of other virus signature databases. Thus, you can determine whether the file is a virus threat or not or whether your system runs the risk of losing any information or not.
REMOVING THE FILE POP-UP!
The next question that arises is, Should I remove the SS3Svc64.exe startup?
To get rid of this annoying prompt every time here are the steps that you can follow.
- Go to the .exe file’s main folder location
- Right-click and select the folder
- Select properties
- Select the Compatibility tab
- Choose the option to change the settings for all users.
- Then move down to the bottom.
- Select the option which says run this program as an administrator
- Then finally apply OK.
Hey Guys, all those who are suffering from anxiety attacks because of this, how can we not help you? How can we forget our dearest friends?
We have thus put it down for you’ll and we hope, you get all your problems solved after going through this report.
FIXING OTHER ISSUES!
Now the last issue is to understand the difference between SS3Sc32.exe and the other SS3Svc64.exe and the process of handling the first one’s popping up.
SS3SVC64.EXE ON STARTUP is the 32-bit version of the formerly described software file.
Recently it was found that many users were also facing the pop-up of the 32-bit file during their startup. We have heard all your queries and here we are with its solutions.
There are three steps we can follow,
1. Firstly, we can fix the SS3SVC64.EXE ON STARTUP Pop-up. We can also uninstall the parent file Sonic StudioAnd we can assure you that it is safe to uninstall. We can do this by, Opening Settings> Select Apps> Apps & Features> Choose Sonic Studio > Choose Uninstall.
Now if you are already liking the acoustic effects, this method will not be loved by you.
2. Secondly, SS3 and can be allowed to run as an administrator. This can be done by,
- Opening Windows Explorer
- Navigating to C:\Program Files\ASUSTeKComputer.Inc\Sonic Suite 3\Foundation\
- Locate the 32-bit file
- Right-click and select Properties
- Select Compatibility Tab
- Change Settings for all users
- Select Run this program as administrator
- Finally, click OK.
3. Thirdly, we can also ignore the pop-up.
4. And lastly, You can Workaround SS3Svc32.exe. For this, you first need to follow the first three previously mentioned steps and afterward, take the step forward :
- Right-click on the file name and select Rename.
- Then Add any character like Z or Q.
- And thus, at the next start of the computer while the boot process, the file will not be found, and it will thus not be popping up.
These are some of the ways in which my dearest buddies you will be able to get rid of your problems relating to the .exe files of Sonic Suite 3.
In life, problems are many but finding solutions to these problems is the main motive. And how can we not be there for you in your problems? After all, A friend in need is a friend indeed! And we are best of friends, aren’t we?
So, guys, keep us updated with your questions and we promise we will try our best to get you through the solutions smoothly.