I think KVR should remove this entry, as it seems obvious to me by now that the creator of this product doesn't support it anymore, and since Asio Link needs to connect to a licensing server (which is now dead), that product is now useless.
Really sad that many customers purchased this otherwise fine piece of software, only to find themselves unable to use it.
I'm writing this in the hope that John, the author, will recapacitate, or at least offer a "serverless" version of this product.
I concur with your statement and sentiments Mr Lucmorin. I do hope as well that John Shield, the Developer of ASIO Link will make an unsupported version that removes the requirement for a licensing server. It is good to note that the majority of the people that have left comments about the state of affairs about the product have been generous with their comments despite the total lack of communication from the developer. Unusual in these days of the internet. Hopefully, he will reciprocate in kind and put this situation to rest.
Hi - hope it's not a problem to post this in two threads - just wanted to let people know.
I recently discovered this program and frankly, it solves all of my computer-related issues! I was never able to purchase a copy. I started to do some research after my emails went unanswered, and unfortunately, It turns out that the author sadly passed away earlier this year. This has been mentioned by someone using his username on Reddit; his nephew apparently. Please see this thread for info. https://www.reddit.com/r/Software_Cracking/comments/65ya4n/request_o_deus_asio_link/