So your CarPC machine works correctly?
Originally Posted by Sal R.
Much earlier you mentioned that you needed to copy the USBRadio.dll (+2 others) into the RoadRunner directory. Are you sure that you are running the latest version of RR on the Dev (current) machine? The latest RR comes with those files already in the RR directory. Perhaps you are running an old version and thats why it doesnt work?
As far I know, they are the latest files from guino's site that includes the latest RR release (4-11-2007). I used the same .dlls in my carPC.
Originally Posted by Iceman_jkh
If you can.. just make sure you only have 1 copy/version of RR installed. I had two versions.. 1 in Program files, the other on the desktop. I had so many shortcuts that I got confused, and in the end I had problems when things werent working properly, and I couldnt understand why. Delete all the copies if you can (or temporarily put them somewhere else) and try a fresh install of RR 11-4-07. It should work straight away (with only changing RadioMode=7).
I've got the same problem... can use the radio using Silabs' utility, but not in the latest version of RR (April 2007) :(
Radiomode is definitely set to 7, and I have never had Radiator installed. This is a clean RR too, just installed.
Are you setting radiomode=7 manually in rr.ini? if so, it's been known to change back to 0. You need to have the RRconfig that has the option to select "silabs" from the drop down box.
What is the difference between setting it manually and setting it in RRConfig??
NONE, :tard: unless you use the config which would have to be re-edited after your save your settings. The currently included RRconfig doesn't keep any setting that it doesn't understand this being one of them
Check this post for an updated config that includes a silabs option.
I understand that and I actually have this version.
But from what treetop777 is saying, he seems to suggest that I need to change it in RRConfig instead of manually changing it? Of which I didn't think there was a difference?
You're right, since you have the correct RRConfig, it don't matter where you change the setting.