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June 16, 2011, 05:17:09 PM
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Hey everyone i am new to this mining thing and i use guiminer but i cant get both my graphics cards to mine at the same time.

i have an alienware m17x laptop with 2.0ghz core2 quad 9400 integrated with 2 260m's sli

thanks just need some help to get the 2 260's to run together
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June 16, 2011, 05:22:58 PM
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In GUI Miner do you only se one card available from the dropdown ?

If you look at this guide, you can see the Device section inside GUI miner :

https://mineco.in/beginners_guide_to_pooled_bitcoin_mining

It should show all of your cards there.

If it's not, then the reason is probably because you need to plug a monitor into the second card and it should appear.

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