If you're fine with sharing the files, you could upload one of the corrupted files and one with a valid header (playable) to Google Drive and then PM me the link. I'll try a few options and let you know if it works.
even with the newest beta this problem still exists.
The strange thing is, it does not happen all the time, Just randomly. Today i booted the machine, started foobar immediately and hit the play button: no sound output. This time after just moving my mouse cursor over the loudspeaker icon in the task bar, the plop-sound came and it played just fine. I have the latest Realtek driver from asus and installed all windows 10 updates. Also i keep my drivers up to date at all times. This seems to be a minor problem..But it bothers me. I feel totally ok with my internal soundcard and the optical output. I hope the solution to this problem will not be to buy an internal pcie soundcard. Is there a possibility to submit system logs, driver logs or whatever to that a developer can have a look at it: If yes, which ones? By the way, even or push mode have the same problem. I know it is only a minor problem, but anyway..Ideas are welcome.