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Windows 8 CAFADEBUG text file CAudioFilterAgent64.exe

  • 20 February 2014
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My Lenovo laptop/notebook is running fine.  I happened on a file in my "Public" Folder titled CAFADEBUG.  Microsoft doesn't claim it, but they do claim VS7DEBUG.  I have this text activity log named CAFADEBUG and I have copied/pasted it below.  What the heck is this?  I'm finding confusing/conflicting information on the web when I Google Searched this.  Like I said, my computer isn't giving me error messages.  Everything appears to be normal.  Thoughts?
 
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 0:[ J_STATE] - wWinMain
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 0:[ J_CMDLINE] - ParseRegistrySettings - AFA_Settings = 20008
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 15:[ J_CMDLINE] - ParseRegistrySettings - dwCmdLineOption |
AFA_Settings = 20008
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 31:[ J_CMDLINE] - Option - Run AFA as DTM
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_CMDLINE] - Option - Detect Screen Orientation
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_WINDOWS] - Windows Version is WINDOWS VISTA or later
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_DEVICE] - Attempt to Register the device notification.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_DEVICE] - RegisterDeviceNotification() successfully.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Enum Waikiki Device Interface Okay instance=0
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Opening \?
hdaudio#func_01&ven_14f1&dev_506e&subsys_17aa1001&rev_1000#4&3a3fc0be&0&0001#{a06a94
06-4e0b-4972-a3f2-b7d0031701b1}apodebuggerinterface
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Open WaikikiDevice Interface Okay
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Enum Waikiki Device Interface Okay instance=0
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Opening \?
hdaudio#func_01&ven_14f1&dev_506e&subsys_17aa1001&rev_1000#4&3a3fc0be&0&0001#{a265f69
4-adb4-4205-a43c-19da17ef25e6}adragentinterface
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Open WaikikiDevice Interface Okay
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 46:[ J_DEVICE] - Device found. attached to the driver.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 62:[ J_DEVICE] - Attempt to Register Unload Event.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 62:[ J_DEVICE] - RegisterUnloadEvent() successfully.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 62:[ J_DEVICE] - RegisterExtIntMicSenseEvent() successfully.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 125:[ J_TOPO] - GetSignalPath From Pin 0 , To Pin 1 Speakers
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 125:[ J_TOPO_V] -
<Pin 00 >
--
[Nodes 02 Volume Control]
--
[Nodes 00 Volume Control]
--
[Nodes 01 Master Mute]
--
<Pin 01 Speakers>
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 125:[ J_TOPO] - Found an known signal path
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 125:[ J_TOPO] - GetSignalPath From Pin 2 Microphone, To Pin 1
Speakers
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 125:[ J_TOPO_V] -
<Pin 02 Microphone>
--
[Nodes 03 Mic Volume]
--
[Nodes 04 Mic Mute]
--
[Nodes 02 Volume Control]
--
[Nodes 00 Volume Control]
--
[Nodes 01 Master Mute]
--
<Pin 01 Speakers>
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 140:[ J_NODES] - Found a Loopback "MicIn" signal path :
<Microphone Pin> [Vol 3] [Mute 4]
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 265:[ J_STATE] - RegisterNotification 0
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 7096:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 9752:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 146408:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 147345:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 147377:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 236741:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 582138:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 582154:[ J_WMSG] - WM_DEVICECHANGE message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797380:[ J_STATE] - WM_POWERBROADCAST message received.
wParam =00000004
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797380:[ J_STATE] - PBT_APMSUSPEND message received,
DevicePowerStateD0 = 0
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797380:[ J_WMSG] - Steam mode change bedgin.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797380:[ J_WMSG] - Steam mode change bedgin.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797380:[ J_DEVICE] - Driver is unloading, attempting to close the
device handl.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797380:[ J_DEVICE] - UnregisterAllDriverEvent
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797396:[ J_DEVICE] - UnregisterExtIntMicSenseEvent() successfully.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2797396:[ J_DEVICE] - UnregisterUnloadEvent
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2799439:[ J_STATE] - WM_TIMER message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2799439:[ J_WMSG] - Steam mode change bedgin.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 2799439:[ J_WMSG] - Stream mode change end.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3738163:[ J_STATE] - WM_TIMER message received
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739397:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Enum Waikiki Device Interface Okay
instance=0
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739413:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Opening \?
hdaudio#func_01&ven_14f1&dev_506e&subsys_17aa1001&rev_1000#4&3a3fc0be&0&0001#{a06a94
06-4e0b-4972-a3f2-b7d0031701b1}apodebuggerinterface
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739429:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Open WaikikiDevice Interface Okay
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739444:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Enum Waikiki Device Interface Okay
instance=0
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739444:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Opening \?
hdaudio#func_01&ven_14f1&dev_506e&subsys_17aa1001&rev_1000#4&3a3fc0be&0&0001#{a265f69
4-adb4-4205-a43c-19da17ef25e6}adragentinterface
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739444:[ J_IOCTL_V] - Open WaikikiDevice Interface Okay
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739444:[ J_DEVICE] - Device found. attached to the driver.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739444:[ J_DEVICE] - Attempt to Register Unload Event.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739460:[ J_DEVICE] - RegisterUnloadEvent() successfully.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739460:[ J_DEVICE] - RegisterExtIntMicSenseEvent() successfully.
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739522:[ J_TOPO] - GetSignalPath From Pin 0 , To Pin 1 Speakers
CAudioFilterAgent64.exe(tid ad4) 3739522:[ J_TOPO_V] -
<Pin 00 >
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Best answer by Rakanisheu Retired 20 February 2014, 14:40

Thats the Conexant audio driver which makes sense as the output is all audio/microphone related.You can even see the device ID string

 

hdaudio#func_01&ven_14f1&dev_506e&subsys_17aa1001&rev_1000#4&3a3fc0be&0&0001#{a265f69

4-adb4-4205-a43c-19da17ef25e6}adragentinterface

 

I wouldnt worry about it. 
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Hello boggsl and Welcome to the Webroot Community Forums!


 
Can you please Submit a Support Ticket so they can have a look at your scan log as far as I can see it maybe a PUA? https://community.webroot.com/t5/Tips-and-Tricks-KB/How-to-Remove-Potentially-Unwanted-Applications/ta-p/40744#.UwV9PYXDtdU and if it is they will be able to help you remove it free of charge.
 
Cheers,
 
TH  ;)
Thank you!  Will do -
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Thats the Conexant audio driver which makes sense as the output is all audio/microphone related.You can even see the device ID string
 
hdaudio#func_01&ven_14f1&dev_506e&subsys_17aa1001&rev_1000#4&3a3fc0be&0&0001#{a265f69
4-adb4-4205-a43c-19da17ef25e6}adragentinterface
 
I wouldnt worry about it. 
I hear you both and that's wy it's very confusing on what to do.  That's the conflict I read on the web and hear back from my TSRs and Firewall guru at work too....  ugh....  If it won't hurt to remove the log, it's worth removing.  If it disrupts my audio then I don't want to mess with it and let it do it's thing.
It seems/appears to be in a weird place too and is probably why I am so excited about it.
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At first glance it looks like the debug results from that particular exe as you can see the roughly what has happened
 
  • sets the registry flags
  • detects that its running Vista/7
  • tries to register the audio device
  • Opens the audio device (Soundcard)
  • attempts to push a audi test
  • Volume control,mute
  • Gets a response from the card ( known signal path)
Debug info generally gets dumped in weird places. 
Ok - that makes me feel better.  If I don't/can't delete the file, no worries.  Relax.  It's all good.  Thank you!

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