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March 10, 2014, 11:40:43 PM
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Hey guys

Having trouble with ASIC Block Erupter 336 Mh/s. I bought off Ebay for a few dollars so it might not be me but I just wanted to check with you guys before returning to the guy. I'm having trouble getting my computer to recognize the device. I have downloaded the drivers from http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx and installed them. When i got to my devices under unspecified i have  cp2102 us to uart bridge controller. I then open up my BFG miner enter all my pool information and worker information, but i have no devices that are being recognized and am unable to add any devices. Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Red.
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March 11, 2014, 03:03:52 AM
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Ladies and Gentlemen,

I have been upgrading mining gear lately and was wondering where the best place to sell of my old stuff is?  If this is not an appropriate question, please let me know and I will edit this post.  I'd like to sell for BTC.  Not going to say what kind of stuff I have just in case I need to edit.

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March 11, 2014, 04:34:23 AM
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I have been upgrading mining gear lately and was wondering where the best place to sell of my old stuff is? 
eBay buyers still pay the highest prices.

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March 11, 2014, 08:30:32 AM
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Hey guys

Having trouble with ASIC Block Erupter 336 Mh/s. I bought off Ebay for a few dollars so it might not be me but I just wanted to check with you guys before returning to the guy. I'm having trouble getting my computer to recognize the device. I have downloaded the drivers from http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx and installed them. When i got to my devices under unspecified i have  cp2102 us to uart bridge controller. I then open up my BFG miner enter all my pool information and worker information, but i have no devices that are being recognized and am unable to add any devices. Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Red.

What configuration options are you using with BFGminer? it doesn't recognise devices 'out of the box', you need to tell it to look for specific devices, with the -S flag, for example -S icarus:all
You can also get BFGminer to detect devices if you press 'M', then '+' to add new devices.
If you can see the bridge controller in device manager, then it is probably working okay - the device it is showing is the USB controller for the ASIC chip on the stick.
Just one final note - at current difficulty, one of these will reach the minimum payout in over four months, and that isn't taking into consideration the periodic difficulty increases (the last one was over 20% IIRC). Once you get this one working, you may want to consider adding several more if you ever want to see the minimum payout, and don't expect to make a profit, unless you can get them for pennies!

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March 11, 2014, 09:52:42 AM
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Hey guys

Having trouble with ASIC Block Erupter 336 Mh/s. I bought off Ebay for a few dollars so it might not be me but I just wanted to check with you guys before returning to the guy. I'm having trouble getting my computer to recognize the device. I have downloaded the drivers from http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx and installed them. When i got to my devices under unspecified i have  cp2102 us to uart bridge controller. I then open up my BFG miner enter all my pool information and worker information, but i have no devices that are being recognized and am unable to add any devices. Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Red.

First thing to check is do you have a Powered hub? ....not all PC's have enough power at the USB socket.

Check here for hubs:-   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=253749.msg2700634#msg2700634

Second point, USB2 sockets on your PC are better than USB3 for Erupters.

Try this line for your .bat file:-   bfgminer.exe -o http://stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 -O worker:pasword -S erupter:all

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March 11, 2014, 12:32:08 PM
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Hey guys

Having trouble with ASIC Block Erupter 336 Mh/s. I bought off Ebay for a few dollars so it might not be me but I just wanted to check with you guys before returning to the guy. I'm having trouble getting my computer to recognize the device. I have downloaded the drivers from http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx and installed them. When i got to my devices under unspecified i have  cp2102 us to uart bridge controller. I then open up my BFG miner enter all my pool information and worker information, but i have no devices that are being recognized and am unable to add any devices. Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Red.

Try the app on Bitminter... if it doesn't pick it up, it's probably the miner. Bitminter's app has always picked up USB devices for me.
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March 11, 2014, 03:09:10 PM
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I think I finally figured it out. My hashrates mean nothing. The total pool hashrate means nothing.
The less often that I check my stats on Slush's website, the more blocks get found and the shorter the rounds. When I log in to check the rounds a lot, the time to solve the blocks go up.

So, it's my fault when we have long blocks. Sorry about that! Cheesy

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March 11, 2014, 06:11:48 PM
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I think I finally figured it out. My hashrates mean nothing. The total pool hashrate means nothing.
The less often that I check my stats on Slush's website, the more blocks get found and the shorter the rounds. When I log in to check the rounds a lot, the time to solve the blocks go up.

So, it's my fault when we have long blocks. Sorry about that! Cheesy

Keep looking away, it's working a treat! Tongue

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March 11, 2014, 06:27:06 PM
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Hey guys

Having trouble with ASIC Block Erupter 336 Mh/s. I bought off Ebay for a few dollars so it might not be me but I just wanted to check with you guys before returning to the guy. I'm having trouble getting my computer to recognize the device. I have downloaded the drivers from http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx and installed them. When i got to my devices under unspecified i have  cp2102 us to uart bridge controller. I then open up my BFG miner enter all my pool information and worker information, but i have no devices that are being recognized and am unable to add any devices. Any input would be appreciated.

Thanks Red.

Try the app on Bitminter... if it doesn't pick it up, it's probably the miner. Bitminter's app has always picked up USB devices for me.

I use MultiMiner for mining and have not had any issues with it discovering my Antminer U1's, nor my Cube run via proxy. Currently I have 2 altcoin rigs (plus a build in the works) and my single Cube, all running MultiMiner and Windows 7 or 8. Occasionally the Multiminer app will crash/hang/freeze but it is highly supported and the author is constantly working on new revisions, currently on v2.7.6 though I run my 5800 series altcoin miner with v2.6.2 and an older catalyst for best hash rates.
https://github.com/nwoolls/MultiMiner

Then there is MobileMiner which is an app for your phone (and now there's a browser page too) for monitoring your miners. Just gotta enter ther app API into your miner settings and you are able to monitor, start, stop, restart your miners from anywhere. The only time this does not work is when the miner app crashes etc or you machine is down.
http://www.mobileminerapp.com/

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March 12, 2014, 03:06:56 AM
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The first reaction to your original posting, just next to it, was this KNK's very good insight, with an advice to check your side first. You did not. That's all. Nothing more to be added.

For what it is worth I totally missed that post. Either way seeing that or from my brief exchange with Slush support the root cause was found by me, and I did contrary to what you believe. Deal with it or continue to be a dick. Nothing more to be added.

You have completely messed up the quotations in your post above. "Your" text is mine and the "mine" one is yours.

The root cause has been found by both KNK and by Slush, not by you. Instead of you. That's the problem you haven't admitted.
I'm only writing about what had been written here, nothing of it depeds on my "belief". Others can see who is the dick.

I was initially attempting to drop a compliment about the pool, totally missed KNK's post, and you started out as and continue to be a dick. Not a typical dick, one of those little gumdrop dicks. "Instead of you" I remain as before.
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March 12, 2014, 03:16:20 AM
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The first reaction to your original posting, just next to it, was this KNK's very good insight, with an advice to check your side first. You did not. That's all. Nothing more to be added.

For what it is worth I totally missed that post. Either way seeing that or from my brief exchange with Slush support the root cause was found by me, and I did contrary to what you believe. Deal with it or continue to be a dick. Nothing more to be added.

You have completely messed up the quotations in your post above. "Your" text is mine and the "mine" one is yours.

The root cause has been found by both KNK and by Slush, not by you. Instead of you. That's the problem you haven't admitted.
I'm only writing about what had been written here, nothing of it depeds on my "belief". Others can see who is the dick.

I was initially attempting to drop a compliment about the pool, totally missed KNK's post, and you started out as and continue to be a dick. Not a typical dick, one of those little gumdrop dicks. "Instead of you" I remain as before.

And where is this manual of everything everyone here is supposed to know you seem to profess to have memorized? Why don't I have my copy?

There are two types of people here; a extremely helpful and enthusiastic group, and those that cop a 'tude and shoot down others randomly like your wife/girlfriend/right hand cut you off for a month. Which group do you belong in? Yeah, I thought so.
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March 12, 2014, 05:00:39 AM
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200% luck wah.

u may resume as normal now. thaaaanks
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March 12, 2014, 05:25:07 AM
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200% luck wah.

u may resume as normal now. thaaaanks

Why did the luck go up from 160% ? A new block hasnt been found?
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March 12, 2014, 07:01:22 AM
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Why did the luck go up from 160% ? A new block hasnt been found?

It is calculated for the last 24h of rounds and round 21796 which was a ~11h just moved out of the calculations

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March 12, 2014, 07:32:53 AM
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I think I finally figured it out. My hashrates mean nothing. The total pool hashrate means nothing.
The less often that I check my stats on Slush's website, the more blocks get found and the shorter the rounds. When I log in to check the rounds a lot, the time to solve the blocks go up.

So, it's my fault when we have long blocks. Sorry about that! Cheesy

I might share some of this blame, for the past 4 days I have been jammed with projects and haven't even had a moment to look! Nice to see some coin adding up these days, might not be obsolete just yet...

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March 12, 2014, 07:34:18 AM
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The first reaction to your original posting, just next to it, was this KNK's very good insight, with an advice to check your side first. You did not. That's all. Nothing more to be added.

For what it is worth I totally missed that post. Either way seeing that or from my brief exchange with Slush support the root cause was found by me, and I did contrary to what you believe. Deal with it or continue to be a dick. Nothing more to be added.

You have completely messed up the quotations in your post above. "Your" text is mine and the "mine" one is yours.

The root cause has been found by both KNK and by Slush, not by you. Instead of you. That's the problem you haven't admitted.
I'm only writing about what had been written here, nothing of it depeds on my "belief". Others can see who is the dick.

I was initially attempting to drop a compliment about the pool, totally missed KNK's post, and you started out as and continue to be a dick. Not a typical dick, one of those little gumdrop dicks. "Instead of you" I remain as before.

And where is this manual of everything everyone here is supposed to know you seem to profess to have memorized? Why don't I have my copy?

There are two types of people here; a extremely helpful and enthusiastic group, and those that cop a 'tude and shoot down others randomly like your wife/girlfriend/right hand cut you off for a month. Which group do you belong in? Yeah, I thought so.

Absolutely agree with the sentiment.

I believe that if you have to resort to insulting someone personally then you lose the argument, credibility and respect.
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March 12, 2014, 07:53:46 AM
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Its great to see the pool looking stable way over the 900TH mark and cracking blocks like a trooper.
I'm glad to see that my 800TH theory has been dispelled and I'm sure the investment in a bigger wheel for the mice will pay off..
Onward to a 1000
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March 12, 2014, 07:57:04 AM
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I have been upgrading mining gear lately and was wondering where the best place to sell of my old stuff is?
eBay buyers still pay the highest prices.

I ran some numbers and it's a good spread still; sell ebay for cash, exchange revenues for BTC, acquire equal hashing power on group buys and keep a profit, or buy up a significant upgrade and break even with higher future revenue- I'll be buying up more power I think, and maybe keeping a small profit. Even on low-end price forecast I'll be able to dump blades and cubes at competitive prices and buy up more hashing speed with a few Antminers on group buys, and will have rather nice profit, an option to upgrade, and definitely less heat and more space in my apartment.

The thing is, it took a while to buy up the blades and cubes, and the fact people can jump in small to try out mining with these makes them still very marketable to new miners. Most first-time miners can't (or don't want to) dive in head-first and buy an Antminer for over $1k. It's funny how experience increases comfort level when things are going well, and buying gear with mining revenues helped with that. When I bought my first 7gh/s miner back in November I got a good deal at $260usd, most were selling for $400, but to me that seemed like way too much money for this "weird idea"... Most "normal" people still don't understand Bitcoin, there's still a lot of un-acted upon curiosity...

Everybody's gotta start somewhere, and the old gear through Ebay is a great place for that because buyers can start "small" $120-200 for a blade and build it out later, filling up a backplane at their own pace. Even though they aren't as efficient like the newest stuff, I still appreciate the design of the ASICminer equipment because they allow people to grow into mining, either by using a backplane and blades or locking the cubes together- both are affordable in relative terms. I was much more comfortable starting out with a bunch of small purchases over time, essentially it's the same concept as dollar-cost-averaging into a more traditional investment. Not like anyone here was looking for a marketing strategy, but I do think the best way to position the older gear is with a focus on the low cost and expansion potential.    

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March 12, 2014, 01:09:31 PM
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Hello

I have a problem with logging into the mine. Please help me.
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March 12, 2014, 02:19:46 PM
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Tons of luck, then I add my 225 gh/s miners to slush annnnnd an 11 hour block.

Bitcoin mining sucks :-P
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