I think you must register on http://www.fluxmedia.net/ and obtain a registration code
My Centrafuse just expired, and it asked me to download the new version from the website, which I did. RC4.2
But after installing it still says it's not the new version, and has stopped working. what should I do?
Same error here, got the 4.2 and I am registered at fluxmedia.net and did fill in the registration code. It just says this beta has expired and goes in to beta mode (22 days remaining, the previous 8 it did work without the beta screen).
CarPC: "Carma" (Car Audio & Route Management) (about 70% ready)
P4 1.8GHz / 512MB / 4GB CF
Asus TVFM + B/W camera
15" touchscreen 1024x768
And all this in a Dutch 1972 CitroŽn HY van called "MurpHY".
it was the exact day, but a month wrong... It was set to expire on 01/02/07, but instead it did it on 12/02/06 it looks like...
trying to wrap up a quick version of RC4.3, which I will extend it all the way to 04/01/07...
If I can't wrap it up I will post an LIC file...
sorry, no idea why this happened...
not a problem, just keep up the awesome program, can't wait for final release!
I'm still getting the beta expiration notice with RC4.3
Uninstall all versions of Centrafuse, make sure there is no Flux Media folder in Program Files, and then trying re-installing and entering your serial number...
I've had similar issues if the BIOS date/time clock gets messed up. Make sure your system has the correct date.
Infiniti QX4 2002 project (done!... for now)
I love CF, and David has done a fantastic job. I will however state that I think the copy protection scheme really stinks.
I know David has mentioned that this is a Demo protection on top of the regular protection -- but all I can say is that if any of this occurs in the final paid version (i,e, I get locked out because my date changed or BIOS messed up or whatever) I would be upset beyond recognition
David, make sure you get this straightened up for final version. Make it more lax if necessary, you don't want to end up upsetting your true honest hard cash paying customers, and I think that is where your copy protection scheme is headed!