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psknives
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June 02, 2011, 02:37:31 AM
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First problem: I am having some weird bitcoin problem, I reinstalled (downloaded newested bitcoin from bitcoin.org).

http://img684.imageshack.us/img684/2883/problemse.png

Second problem: I get "Verification failed, check hardware!" for my GPUMINER. Why does it do this?

specs:

win 7 64 bit
4 GB RAM
6970 ATI PowerColor (new card i just got that gives me this error)
quad core 2/4 ghz
psu  750w

880 core clock
1375 downed to 1200 (lowering to 800 only decrements temp for me by 1-4 c) and makes pc way lagger

-f0 -d0 -w 128 are my flags when im sleeping i put it to -f60 when awake

for now my problem 2 i use the console now and coded a program which kills poclbm after some time and then runs it again like every 30 mins.

I am using BTCGUILD until deepbit fixes their shit.
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June 02, 2011, 03:58:43 AM
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bump no one is willing to help ??

I am using BTCGUILD until deepbit fixes their shit.
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June 02, 2011, 04:04:53 AM
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That's a lot of connections...

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June 02, 2011, 04:08:25 AM
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FIRST: backup your wallet.dat before anything goes wrong.

2 things I would try:

1) downgrade to whatever version of bitcoin you had before, and see if that corrects any problems.

2) If overclocked, reduce the core clock speed of your GPU(s) and see if that corrects the problem.  Also make sure you're still connecting to the correct host.

Those are my immediate first two thoughts.




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June 02, 2011, 05:21:52 AM
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You using poclbm?

I've gotten the "CHECK HARDWARE!" thing when using just the CPU.... I think it was caused by the laptop overheating (I was bored and testing some stuff out).  I was using a Lenovo with Windows 7.  A cold boot fixed it.

Do you have a specific rpc server set for your bitcoin client?  Or some specific connect/addnodes in bitcoin.conf?

A buddy of mine got some weird stuff before when he was using an outdated version of bitcoind on a Redhat server.  The newest client was throwing that error when he connected to the outdated install on the Redhat server.

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