Beats Audio cannot find the boot file?

So, today, out of the blue, Beats Audio has stopped working.

I didn't make any changes whatsoever still Beats Audio suddenly stopped working.

IE error message "cannot find the file .startup!.»

Is there a solution that does not uninstall the sound drivers? I have bad experiences with uninstall drivers and I don't want to risk losing the audio from my laptop.

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Hello

Interface audio beats is part of the package IDT audio software, so if there is missing a definition file, you will have to reinstall.

Try to use Recovery Manager to reinstall your original software from IDT - the procedure to use the Recovery Manager to reinstall the drivers and software is detailed in the document in question on the link below.

Recovery Manager - Windows 8.

Recovery Manager - Windows 7

When this has completed, restart the laptop.

If the above is not correct the problem, after return with the following details.

1. the full model number and your cell phone Nr - see here for a guide to the location of such information.

2 the full version of the operating system that you use (IE Windows 7 64-bit).

Kind regards

DP - K

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