You should post what hardware you are trying to do mining on when asking a question like this. I'll assume ATI GPU since that's about all that makes sense these days.
Like this? :-)
Same here. Windows 7 SP1...
NVidia 9800GT (no smoker, I know)
The "GPU Caps Viewer" shows OpenGL, CUDA, and OpenCL" as being available.
I can't do anything! Any ideas?
Those python errors mean the miner couldn't connect to OpenCL, which is the language for programming the graphics processor. I've had the OpenCL crash and needed to restart the computer to get it working again. If it's never worked though, download and install the OpenCL driver
Well, I looked at doing it for my Radeon, but it turns out was already installed by default.
That's why I indicated that the recommended "GPU Caps Viewer" indicates that OpenCL is available, with one device. (I'm no graphics hacker, but this looks like an extremely comprehensive utility.) (I'd post a screenshot if it was allowed.)
In guiminer, there's a drop-down where you pick your device, make sure you've picked your video card and not the CPU.
Hmm, yes, but the error pops up before I have the chance to select anything.
Then it cuits.
If guiminer won't go, try command line phoenix miner to be sure OpenCL works (once you see command line working, you'll want to run that full time since it gets more hashes BTW). Just download and unzip phoenix miner (http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=6458.msg94376#msg94376
) to it's own directory. Here's a start.bat file I made to start phoenix command line with one click, optimized for 58xx gpus:phoenix.exe -v -u http://user:firstname.lastname@example.org:8080/ -k phatk VECTORS AGGRESSION=12 BFI_INT WORKSIZE=256 PLATFORM=0 DEVICE=0
or if you actually need to use your computer for something other than mining:phoenix.exe -v -u http://user:email@example.com:8080/ -k phatk VECTORS FASTLOOP AGGRESSION=4 BFI_INT WORKSIZE=256 PLATFORM=0 DEVICE=0
(that's all one line, save it as a text file in the phoenix directory, then rename the .txt extension to .bat)
Change the user, password, address, and port above to your pool's settings and your worker username and password.
I will give that a try; thanks.