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The genuine wowpost.exe file is a software component of Adaptec's ASPI Layer by Adaptec.Wowpost.exe is an executable file that belongs to Adaptec's ASPI Layer, a programming interface that simplifies communications via the computer bus between a driver module and hardware peripherals. A kernel driver works directly with the operating system and hence needs to function in a very stable environment. Removing this driver may result in the application not being able to function correctly.ASPI was conceived by Adaptec and developed in 1990. It was originally created for DOS, OS/2, Windows 3.x, and Novell NetWare. It was designed to support SCSI devices (a set of standards for parallel interfaces) while support for ATAPI devices arrived later.Adaptec was an American company that developed computer storage products until 2010, when it was acquired by PMC-Sierra. Adaptec was founded by Larry Boucher in 1981 and originally focused on devices with SCSI interfaces. The company produced interface products that include SCSI, USB, IEEE 1394, iSCSI, Fibre Channel, and video. The company was based in Sunnyvale, California, USA.

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The .exe extension on a filename indicates an executable file. Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer. Therefore, please read below to decide for yourself whether the wowpost.exe on your computer is a Trojan that you should remove, or whether it is a file belonging to the Windows operating system or to a trusted application.

Important: Some malware also uses the file name wowpost.exe, for example not-a-virus:Server-FTP.Win32.Serv-U.gen (detected by Kaspersky), and Generic.ServU.AB0D58E1 (detected by BitDefender). Therefore, you should check the wowpost.exe process on your PC to see if it is a threat. We recommend Security Task Manager for verifying your computer's security. This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PC World.

To help you analyze the wowpost.exe process on your computer, the following programs have proven to be helpful: ASecurity Task Manager displays all running Windows tasks, including embedded hidden processes, such as keyboard and browser monitoring or Autostart entries. A unique security risk rating indicates the likelihood of the process being potential spyware, malware or a Trojan. BMalwarebytes Anti-Malware detects and removes sleeping spyware, adware, Trojans, keyloggers, malware and trackers from your hard drive.

If none of the previous three troubleshooting steps have resolved your issue, you can try a more aggressive approach (Note: Not recommended for amateur PC users) by downloading and replacing your appropriate WOWPOST.EXE file version. We maintain a comprehensive database of 100% malware-free WOWPOST.EXE files for every applicable version of Intelliscore Polyphonic WAV to MIDI Converter. Please follow the steps below to download and properly replace you file:

CAUTION : We strongly advise against downloading and copying WOWPOST.EXE to your appropriate Windows system directory. Innovative Music Systems typically does not release Intelliscore Polyphonic WAV to MIDI Converter EXE files for download because they are bundled together inside of a software installer. The installer's task is to ensure that all correct verifications have been made before installing and placing WOWPOST.EXE and all other EXE files for Intelliscore Polyphonic WAV to MIDI Converter. An incorrectly installed EXE file may create system instability and could cause your program or operating system to stop functioning altogether. Proceed with caution.

All About ASPI Note: Adaptec has changed their policy, and is now offering ASPI for free to the public via download from their site. The updated history is below. Chicken Systems licenses ASPI from Adaptec and makes it available for install on their updaters and demo programs.

Windows ME, 2000, and XP - Microsoft and Adaptec Divorce Currently, Adaptec offers ASPI for free download to anyone who wants it from their web site, but it was not always that way. Read below for a history.

This was mostly a political statement. 2000, XP, and ME don't install an ASPI layer, nor does it install wnaspi32.dll. So what did this statement mean? This is meant to discourage people from downloading the latest layer and using it with Microsoft's newest OS's, which were meant to bypass ASPI. What Adaptec REALLY meant is "Microsoft is not permitted by us to distribute the latest ASPI layer, because they wanted to do it themselves. Good riddance."

Adaptec rightly confronted people who distribute wnaspi32.dll and an ASPI layer with their products, either in packaging, installs, or by download or making it available through a download. They were protecting their technology. Mostly, they found people who link it on their web site, and told them to stop. It's mainly the wnaspi32.dll that they protest, of course because that's the essential part of ASPI, and the file they protected and didn't make available for download.

Fortunately, as of March of 2002. they now offer it for free. The same package updates ASPI in all Microsoft operating systems, and even has a 64-bit version! Chickens Systems has licensed it, and make it available on their updaters and demo downloads.

@jaclaz thank you so much for your informative reply. I had run across the XIN.AT page in my google searching, but after reading your post, I went back and re read more thoroughly. I agree with you, the Starburn ASPI drivers appear to be the way to go in my situation. It appears that there has been successful testing on Windows 10 Pro with these drivers. I have downloaded both the Starburn and FrogASPI and will see which is the most successful route to take on my system. My fingers are crossed........... also, I have read where the Adaptec ASPI version 4.60 is actually more reliable than the newer 4.71.2 version, but then again, these are 32 bit.

Your information is very out of date.In 2020, me and other members of the forum found several wnaspi32.dll files that are completely workable in Windows x64, even in Windows 11.These are two files from Ratoc and one from Nexitech.They work with all SCSI devices - scanners, samplers, CD-ROMs, hard drives, etc.You can find and download them here: -music-instruments-and-electronic-music-production/1010572-smdi-scsi-sample-transfer-win-x64-who-has-solution.htmlPages 3 and 4.

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Note: In order to get wowpost.exe and winaspi.dll updated to the latest version, I had to rename the two files in the 'adaptec' folder: wowpost.ex_ becomes wowpost.exe, and winaspi.dl_ becomes winaspi.dll. Then I manually copied these two files to my \system folder. But first I renamed the current ones to wowpost_old.exe and winaspi_old.dll, so I could go back if I had any problems. I got this tip from Hendrick. Steve Ryan writes to say:

You can download Force ASPI here, or from doom9 (listed under Support Utils, near the bottom), or a million other places. Wimpy was the original author of ForceASPI, but his site is no longer operating. [I want to give credit where credit is due.] 076b4e4f54


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