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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Transaction from Summer 2010 on: May 09, 2018, 03:21:48 AM
Can anyone explain what would happen if I created a wallet in 2010 and someone sent coins to the wallet address, gave me a tx number that I stuck in and hit receive, shut the wallet down and left Bitcoin demon running ( It probably didn't sync with the network) and went to work. When I got home the power had been off and the computer was off, I never had it back online since then.  I looked on the block chain at old addresses and don't see that amount around the time it happened.
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / How can I get a copy of blk0001 on: April 29, 2018, 06:48:44 PM
Like to get a copy of  blk0001 for 2009-2010. And maybe you can tell me what format was the private key on a encrypted wallet was. Mid-2010 beta wallet before 3.2.4, before blue Matt changed the format on encrypted private keys.
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Blk0000 need to find a copy on: April 28, 2018, 12:53:42 AM
Do you know where I can find a copy of blk0000.dat (2010) .
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / The wallet I have only made one pair of keys (2010) on: March 20, 2018, 05:09:33 AM
Can I take the hard drive out and put it in another computer to make more keys, or does the wallet have to be opened on the same computer that made the first set?
5  Bitcoin / Alternative clients / beta wallet programs that would of been available 5/2010 on: March 08, 2018, 03:28:42 AM
Can someone help me figure out what kind of wallet program I could have download from source forge in April or May of 2010, I think it was a beta program.
6  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / What type of encryption did the early Bitcoin use to encrypt the key Feb 2010 on: February 03, 2018, 05:09:20 PM
The version I was using was on Linux computer, Bitcoin 0.2.0. would pywallet be able to decode it, I do have the passphrase.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Need to recover keys . I have found prefix for xprv and xpub. 4/2010 on: January 29, 2018, 04:49:01 PM
Please help I'm not good with running Linux Ubuntu live disk, haven't used it for a really long time, the computer is not connected to the internet. This is what I need, a package put together for pywallet that is able to accept a passphrase to unlock the key encryption, the wallet is not encrypted. It is probably a Beta version of 0.3.0 Linux. I need it to be simple like someone that has never ran a computer.

I have an old hard drive that might have a couple of Bitcoin on it. Any help would be appreciated.

Not sure about Bitcoin-qt or not, there was a guy helping me set up it up, it had an odd Linux partition type that most programs won't mount it. I ran it off of a live boot disk, and set up partitions for it to store data there. He sent me a couple of coins to get started messing with it, but I got busy working and never had a chance to do anything. Only thing I done is make the keys and send a public key to him, he sent back a transaction number and that's as far as I ever got. I tried one time to mount it again and it didn't mount and I forgot how to force mnt it, so it has just sat there. Wondering if pywallet would be a good way to get the keys from the partitions.

I did make a clone of the partitions. As far as I remember I only made the one key pair.
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