I have now finally managed to get the plugin to load correctly after hibernation. I do not know why I had the problem with the plugin but I have two USB-to-serial devices (DAB radio and OBD interface).
What I did to fix the problem:
• Uninstalled and deleted all USB-to-serial drivers.
• Installed latest drivers from FTDI http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/D2XX.htm
• Uninstalled and reinstalled Centrafuse
Now it works correctly.
GA-Z77N-WIFI, i5-2400S, 8GB, Intel 520 128GB SSD, M4-ATX Modified, 2 Rev Cams, 2 Web Cams
8" 16:9 TRANSFLECTIVE, Win8-64, Dual GPS RX and Garmin PC + Odyssey Nav, FM-DAB+, BB-Rec
T-Screen HVAC control, custom microcontrollers, code and FE. CarPC Project
Well done to all that have contributed to this plug in, I have followed the thread since the start with great interest, being I brought one of these units then updated Centrafuse then to find the DAB unit I only just brought not to work, so was a bit Gutted.........
I know this is a stupid question and maybe I missed something, but how do you install the plug-in to work with Centrafuse 3.5 as most the plug-ins are downloaded via the app market, is it installed like the old plug-ins where before the app market was available?
Hope someone can help me as I think I’m having a blonde moment lol
Centrafuse Directory > Plugins > DABRadio >
Languages > (English.xml)
Stations > (station logos)
Skins > Clean > (skin images and skin.xml)
With the above in place and after restarting CF, you should be able to find the DABRadio plugin in the CF system settings. There you can set the COM port and recording device.