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Wompedy commented on 07 Aug 2011
Tragically i can't figure out how to make this app work anymore in Lion. I've managed to get it to limp along for many years after support for it stopped. But at this point I can't figure out how to make it work anymore. The problem seems to be that Apple's "ChapterTool" code itself doesn't work anymore in Lion or something. All references to "ChapterTool" are missing from Apple's site now as well.
[Version 1.4.5]

wompedy commented on 27 Oct 2007
so apparently there IS a competitor for Volume Logic called SRS iWOW 2.


and while it also does not work with Leopard, at least they are still supporting it and claim it will shortly.

I have not used it to know if it does as good a job as Volume Logic did, but here's hoping...
[Version 1.3.2]

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wompedy commented on 07 Nov 2007
having now tried iWOW, i feel like i can say that it is not nearly as good as Volume Logic was... luckily this recommendation resurrected volume logic for me and others as well. so hopefully it will for you too.


also, they mention that they think apple bought the technology and that it will be incorporated into future versions of iTunes... let's hope this is true.


paste of what that post says to do in case the link dies:

1. drag from Library/audio/hal/volumelogic plugin onto appzapp. (uninstall)
2. reinstall use your serial number
3. download a copy of iWow from SRS Labs Install it.
4. go into library/audio/hal
5. drag out iwow onto desktop
6. show pakage contents (cntrl click) of volume logic.
7. do the same thing for Iwow on the desktop.
8. goto contents/macOS/ and drag itea out and into the Volume Logic package

(SIMPLY PUT you are replacing the old iTea package from inside the volume logic plugn with the updated one inside of the Iwow plugin)
wompedy commented on 27 Oct 2007
the previous post is correct, the company has stopped developing this software.

also, leopard broke it.

i am so upset. this software is what made iTunes a good solution for me, and as far as i can tell there is no alternative to its equal.
[Version 1.3.2]

wompedy commented on 08 Feb 2007
doesn't run for me. when i 'activate' it in itunes nothing happens. all other virtualizers work fine. i have a rather large library 2000+ artists, 3500+ albums, etc. could that be the problem? running on a g5 dual-2.5ghz, 2.5gb ram, latest os and itunes. any ideas? look forward to an updated version that might run on my machine. seems way cool.
[Version 1.0]


wompedy reviewed on 09 Feb 2006
i've heard from friends who said it didn't work for them for whatever reason. but in my case i worked like a champ! saved about 120gb of data off a drive that disk warrior, disk utility, and tech tool pro couldn't do a thing for.

the 'demo' where you can see what is recoverable worked great, i was able to retrieve a single file, and it worked, so i forked over the money and within the next few hours i had 99% of the stuff on my drive back, and uncorrupted (other apps have done that to me where i recovered files that were unusable, but not this one)!
[Version 1.0.1]


wompedy reviewed on 08 Feb 2006
this is an indispensable app! music sounds terrible without it. people have talked a lot about how good it is for little built-in speakers and what not, but i'd like to mention how great it also is for nice large speakers. i have a pair of $900 boston acoustics, running thru a decent enough amp, and music sounds infinitely better with Volume Logic on rather than off. particularly spoken word or spoken words over background music sound better. but in general, everything just sounds much better.
[Version 1.3]

Wompedy commented on 20 May 2005

I love this app and want to badly to be able to run it again.
[Version 1.1b1]

wompedy had trouble on 29 Apr 2008
i have a new MacPro (circa january 08) and the DW 4.1 update was supposed to make Disk Warrior boot and repair machines like mine. for me, however, when i put in the cd and tell the machine to use it as its start-up drive the machine just boots to the grey apple screen and then reboots and reboots and reboots in an endless loop.
[Version 4.1]

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wompedy commented on 15 May 2008
i went to the link provided by Admin and found the following message on that page:

"DiskWarrior 4 version 4.1 is now shipping on DiskWarrior CD revision 42. This CD is a universal startup CD that can start up both PowerPC and Intel Macs. All Mac models meeting the system requirements for DiskWarrior except the new Mac Pro and Xserve models introduced on 01/08/2008, the MacBook Air introduced on 01/15/2008, the MacBook/MacBook Pro models introduced on 02/26/2008 and the iMac models introduced on 04/28/2008 can be started from the CD. An updated disc that will also start up the most recent Mac models will be released as soon as Apple, Inc. releases new startup files to Alsoft, Inc. and other developers. Click here to learn how to repair the directory of a disk in a Mac model that cannot be started from the DiskWarrior CD."
wompedy had trouble on 30 May 2007
i had problems as well with iTunes 7.2. when i reinstalled Uno to try to make iTunes 7.2 look right, all hell broke loose, and iTunes could no longer see music, like the library would just be a blank window and browsing the iTMS i could see art/reviews/etc, but no track listings. Weird. Anyway, I had to uninstall Uno entirely, then reinstall iTunes to get everything to work again.

i love Uno and really hope you can update it soon so my system can look nice again soon! thanks!!
[Version 1.5.1]

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