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July 09, 2011, 12:43:03 AM
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Hi,
I would post this in the LinuxCoin thread, but I guess as a newbie member, I'm not allowed. I just downloaded LinuxCoin 0.2.1b to start mining on my 2 5770s, but I'm having a problem getting started. I load up the OS from my flash drive, and I accept the AMD SDK License Agreement. But for some reason, even after I accept the license agreement, I can't get AMDOverdriveCtrl or the Catalyst Control Center to start. Both of them come up with a message saying that drivers are missing. Am I forgetting to do something, or doing something else wrong? I have 2 5770s installed on my P4 board, and everything works perfectly on 0.2a. Any help would be highly appreciated. Thanks.
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July 09, 2011, 03:01:11 AM
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Can anybody help? I'm getting pretty frustrated, I've searched everywhere and nobody else seems to be having this problem at all except me...
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Just tried it on a different computer, worked fine...are there compatibility issues with this version of LinuxCoin (0.2.1b?)? 0.2a works fine...
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