What does the DOS window say about your input and output devices when you start the program? What OS do you have, it it a real OS or simulated running on a MAC or in a cloud?
The -i command are for both the audio input device and for a net connection. It should only do net if you state an full IP number and a port number, so you must have been using a bat file or have stated the start parameters in a shortcut to get a net connection. If you only start DSDPlus.exe -i1 it should only try to use an audio device and no network connection. If you start by typing only DSDPlus it could start a bat file with that name that you are not aware of. If you type DSDPlus.exe -h you get all available commands.
-i<spec> Input audio device (1-255) and channel (M/L/R) [-i1M]
-i<[addr:]port> FMP TCP link IPv4 address and port number
Hello, I tried what you suggested but it makes no difference. I ran DSDPlus.exe from the command prompt with -i1M, but still nothing to hear, not even static, and the cc.bat shows me this error:
Program role is control/rest channel decoder
Source audio waveform window origin set to (400,2)
Source audio waveform window dimensions set to 100x200
Event log window origin set to (0,1)
Channel window origin set to (0,445)
Event log window dimensions set to 400x520
Appending synthesized audio to file 'CC-DSDPlus.wav'
0 frequency records loaded
0 radio records loaded
0 group records loaded
0 site records loaded
0 network records loaded
Initiating TCP connection to 127.0.0.1:20001...
audio output device #1 = 'Cuffie (Cirrus Logic CS4208 (AB'
audio output device #2 = 'Audio digitale (S/PDIF) (Cirrus'
audio output device #3 = 'Altoparlanti (Cirrus Logic CS42'
audio output device #1 (Cuffie (Cirrus Logic CS4208 (AB) initialized
D-STAR decoding enabled
NXDN4800 decoding enabled
NXDN9600 decoding enabled
DMR/MotoTRBO decoding enabled
P25 Phase 1 decoding enabled
X2-TDMA decoding enabled
ProVoice decoding enabled
TCP connect error = 10061
[No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it]"
and it loops the last part... maybe I have to take other steps rather than just opening the .exe file...
I am using a macbook pro with a disk partitioner to run windows 10, so in booting its at all effects a windows intel machine.
Windows settings does recognise my input and output devices.