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January 05, 2018, 04:29:01 PM
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What miner are you all using? I've been using xmr-stak because it works on AMD or NVidia and I have both types of cards (not in the same rig). It seems to deliver very good hashrates and I noticed no issues with it on either of my two Windows 10 machines, one with a single RX 570 and the other with a single GTX 1050 Ti. I just got it set up on my old Windows 7 machine which has (2) GTX 1060 installed and the hashrate of 968/s is excellent (for Nvidia, anyway - Cryptonote isn't its strongest algo) but the GUI is damn near unusable due to extreme lag. The mouse pointer isn't lagging, it's when I click on something that the lag kicks in. It's not a big deal since I don't actually run anything on the Win7 machine except a miner and various wallets, but severe lag like this is usually accompanied by instability/crashes. CPU load reported by task manager is around 70% and GPU load for both cards reported by GPU-Z is 99-100%.

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January 05, 2018, 05:10:02 PM
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What miner are you all using? I've been using xmr-stak because it works on AMD or NVidia and I have both types of cards (not in the same rig). It seems to deliver very good hashrates and I noticed no issues with it on either of my two Windows 10 machines, one with a single RX 570 and the other with a single GTX 1050 Ti. I just got it set up on my old Windows 7 machine which has (2) GTX 1060 installed and the hashrate of 968/s is excellent (for Nvidia, anyway - Cryptonote isn't its strongest algo) but the GUI is damn near unusable due to extreme lag. The mouse pointer isn't lagging, it's when I click on something that the lag kicks in. It's not a big deal since I don't actually run anything on the Win7 machine except a miner and various wallets, but severe lag like this is usually accompanied by instability/crashes. CPU load reported by task manager is around 70% and GPU load for both cards reported by GPU-Z is 99-100%.



I'm using xmr-stak as well. I did see the lagging at one point, and that was my video card overheating. Check the temps on your system. Once I fixed the temp issue things have been running great with no lag.
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January 05, 2018, 06:05:46 PM
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What miner are you all using? I've been using xmr-stak because it works on AMD or NVidia and I have both types of cards (not in the same rig). It seems to deliver very good hashrates and I noticed no issues with it on either of my two Windows 10 machines, one with a single RX 570 and the other with a single GTX 1050 Ti. I just got it set up on my old Windows 7 machine which has (2) GTX 1060 installed and the hashrate of 968/s is excellent (for Nvidia, anyway - Cryptonote isn't its strongest algo) but the GUI is damn near unusable due to extreme lag. The mouse pointer isn't lagging, it's when I click on something that the lag kicks in. It's not a big deal since I don't actually run anything on the Win7 machine except a miner and various wallets, but severe lag like this is usually accompanied by instability/crashes. CPU load reported by task manager is around 70% and GPU load for both cards reported by GPU-Z is 99-100%.



I'm using xmr-stak as well. I did see the lagging at one point, and that was my video card overheating. Check the temps on your system. Once I fixed the temp issue things have been running great with no lag.

Great to see all running smooth.
BTW we are working on refining pool code to make miners more comfortable.
We would like to solve issue of every DERO users with our best abilities, pls get in touch for any issues.

thank you.

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January 05, 2018, 06:27:53 PM
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I'm using xmr-stak as well. I did see the lagging at one point, and that was my video card overheating. Check the temps on your system. Once I fixed the temp issue things have been running great with no lag.

Hmm... Both cards are running quite cool - 52C & 53C - so that isn't it. However, since I have 3 computers I rotated algos/miners between them and put DERO back on the RX 570 where it is humming along nicely, and lo-n-behold, the Win7 machine was still laggy as hell running Claymore's Ethash miner, then that oldie-but-a-goodie, Ethminer 0.12.0. Earlier this machine had been running an Equihash miner for several days without incident or any lagging, so I am definitely puzzled. Probably a reboot is in order.
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January 05, 2018, 06:54:20 PM
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I'm using xmr-stak as well. I did see the lagging at one point, and that was my video card overheating. Check the temps on your system. Once I fixed the temp issue things have been running great with no lag.

Hmm... Both cards are running quite cool - 52C & 53C - so that isn't it. However, since I have 3 computers I rotated algos/miners between them and put DERO back on the RX 570 where it is humming along nicely, and lo-n-behold, the Win7 machine was still laggy as hell running Claymore's Ethash miner, then that oldie-but-a-goodie, Ethminer 0.12.0. Earlier this machine had been running an Equihash miner for several days without incident or any lagging, so I am definitely puzzled. Probably a reboot is in order.


How much ram do you have on the windows 7 system? Win10 is less resource intensive, so it will run smoother on Win10. You can try adding more ram to the win7 or increase virtual memory to like 16GB inside windows 7 to see if it helps.
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January 05, 2018, 07:10:15 PM
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How much ram do you have on the windows 7 system? Win10 is less resource intensive, so it will run smoother on Win10. You can try adding more ram to the win7 or increase virtual memory to like 16GB inside windows 7 to see if it helps.

All 3 of my desktop computers have 16GB of physical RAM and resource monitor under task manager only shows ~22% of it being used so that's not likely the issue.

I rebooted the offending machine then loaded up all the programs that were running on it before and while the lag not nearly as bad, it is still there. I'm just going to chalk this up to the mysteries of Windoze.

Huh, I just noticed that my Windows Experience score dropped to 2.6 and the reason given was the performance of the Aero Desktop... I don't recall what it was before - who the heck pays attention to that score? - but I do remember it was limited by my HDD, not the GPU (besides, twin GTX 1060s are way more GPU than is needed to run Win10). Anyway, a bit of a mystery, but not a crisis so I won't worry about it.

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January 05, 2018, 07:14:14 PM
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How much ram do you have on the windows 7 system? Win10 is less resource intensive, so it will run smoother on Win10. You can try adding more ram to the win7 or increase virtual memory to like 16GB inside windows 7 to see if it helps.

All 3 of my desktop computers have 16GB of physical RAM and resource monitor under task manager only shows ~22% of it being used so that's not likely the issue.

I rebooted the offending machine then loaded up all the programs that were running on it before and while the lag not nearly as bad, it is still there. I'm just going to chalk this up to the mysteries of Windoze.

Huh, I just noticed that my Windows Experience score dropped to 2.6 and the reason given was the performance of the Aero Desktop... I don't recall what it was before - who the heck pays attention to that score? - but I do remember it was limited by my HDD, not the GPU (besides, twin GTX 1060s are way more GPU than is needed to run Win10). Anyway, a bit of a mystery, but not a crisis so I won't worry about it.



Weird, maybe your hdd is dying?  2.6 for HDD is really bad, i had an older laptop with a 5400RPM(slow) and that was like a 4.5 or something.
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January 05, 2018, 07:41:24 PM
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Has anyone else had their history of deposits "erased" in stocks.exchange?

My deposits with processing status are gone and my coins have not been credited around 500 dero.

Ps. I already opened a support ticket
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January 05, 2018, 07:43:34 PM
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Weird, maybe your hdd is dying?  2.6 for HDD is really bad, i had an older laptop with a 5400RPM(slow) and that was like a 4.5 or something.

Gah, no, the 2.6 score was for the GPU, but it was also mining at the time and I think Win7 is too stupid to realize that. The HDD score is 5.9, so not the best, but not terrible, either. CPU and memory both score in the mid 7s. I would pause the miner to see if the score changes, but then the runtime counter will be screwed up and that triggers my OCD.  Tongue


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January 05, 2018, 07:46:56 PM
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Has anyone else had their history of deposits "erased" in stocks.exchange?

My deposits with processing status are gone and my coins have not been credited around 500 dero.

Don't see anything in my deposit history either and I have made 2 deposits before (27&31 December), luckily I didn't have any pending processes so no loss for me, but good luck getting credited on your side.

EDIT: It has come back, check if your processing transfers have perhaps also returned.
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January 05, 2018, 08:27:28 PM
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Yes, come back, but two days waiting a deposit confirmation is an absurd.
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January 05, 2018, 08:52:05 PM
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January 05, 2018, 09:27:20 PM
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how to get a wallet for this coin

Goto to first post Wink
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January 05, 2018, 09:48:47 PM
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Weird, maybe your hdd is dying?  2.6 for HDD is really bad, i had an older laptop with a 5400RPM(slow) and that was like a 4.5 or something.

Gah, no, the 2.6 score was for the GPU, but it was also mining at the time and I think Win7 is too stupid to realize that. The HDD score is 5.9, so not the best, but not terrible, either. CPU and memory both score in the mid 7s. I would pause the miner to see if the score changes, but then the runtime counter will be screwed up and that triggers my OCD.  Tongue



It's probably windows doing crap in the background then. You can try leaving the system idle(no mining or anything) for 6-7 hours to let windows finish it's background tasks and then start mining. Hopefully, things will be smoother after.
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January 05, 2018, 10:42:12 PM
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Weird, maybe your hdd is dying?  2.6 for HDD is really bad, i had an older laptop with a 5400RPM(slow) and that was like a 4.5 or something.

Gah, no, the 2.6 score was for the GPU, but it was also mining at the time and I think Win7 is too stupid to realize that. The HDD score is 5.9, so not the best, but not terrible, either. CPU and memory both score in the mid 7s. I would pause the miner to see if the score changes, but then the runtime counter will be screwed up and that triggers my OCD.  Tongue



It's probably windows doing crap in the background then. You can try leaving the system idle(no mining or anything) for 6-7 hours to let windows finish it's background tasks and then start mining. Hopefully, things will be smoother after.


Or lower the intensity in config file.
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January 06, 2018, 12:34:44 AM
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dero.multipool.online

seems like up and running, but till first block, i'm not shure.

15% to the miner who found block!
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January 06, 2018, 02:44:59 AM
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What coin can I use to buy this Ico? How do you secure a private blockchain with smart contract? Your project sounds interesting.
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January 06, 2018, 02:49:24 AM
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how to get a wallet for this coin

Pls see
Links for Binaries/sources:
Windows Binaries: https://github.com/deroproject/dero2/files/1534492/dero-windows64-bin.zip
Linux Binaries: https://github.com/deroproject/dero2/files/1534521/dero-linux-amd64.tar.gz
Github: https://github.com/deroproject

Unzip files, cd into directory where you extracted files and run derod.exe in cmd-prompt.
In another prompt run dero-wallet-cli.exe and create your wallet.
type address and balance command in wallet to see your address & balance.

Join our slack for any issues and progress:
https://join.slack.com/t/deroproject/shared_invite/enQtMjg4NDI0MjMwMzI2LWVhOTkxYTk4YjEyNWUxNWI3MGVjNzVlYjZhYTk4NWI2MDYyNWE2ZDA2MWE3YzE0NDQyNjhjYmMyZGY4MDhhZGY

Make sure daemon is syncing with network and always backup your wallets,passwords,seed.

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January 06, 2018, 03:45:17 AM
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Yes, come back, but two days waiting a deposit confirmation is an absurd.

Working with exchange to reduce deposits time.

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January 06, 2018, 04:23:04 AM
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What coin can I use to buy this Ico? How do you secure a private blockchain with smart contract? Your project sounds interesting.

It's not an ICO, but a fair launch. You can earn it by mining it.
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