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April 05, 2015, 09:02:19 PM
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Is it supposed to be FTDI manufacturer?

No, its supposed to be WinUSB.  Is CGMiner giving you an error message?  If so why no post the text so we know what it is?


sorry had it as a link earlier in thread.
Try this. I've had similar issues.
In device manager un-install the USB devices, check the box delete the driver software for this device. Un-install all monarchs (if more than one you'll see). Then refresh your device manager and you will see the ftdi drivers come back.
Now install WinUSB with zdiag.
Try that.

Still shows as FTDI manufacturer.

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April 05, 2015, 09:03:35 PM
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Is it supposed to be FTDI manufacturer?

No, its supposed to be WinUSB.  Is CGMiner giving you an error message?  If so why no post the text so we know what it is?


sorry had it as a link earlier in thread.

Are you plugging this directly into your PC's USB port?  If so USB 1.1, 2.0 or 3.0? Or are you going through a Hub?

It seems like a hardware issue like Kano said.  Especially since it happens immediately.

Oh, as for links I don't click on them.  You can also copy and paste the text too.

I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

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April 05, 2015, 09:06:25 PM
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Is it supposed to be FTDI manufacturer?

No, its supposed to be WinUSB.  Is CGMiner giving you an error message?  If so why no post the text so we know what it is?


sorry had it as a link earlier in thread.
Try this. I've had similar issues.
In device manager un-install the USB devices, check the box delete the driver software for this device. Un-install all monarchs (if more than one you'll see). Then refresh your device manager and you will see the ftdi drivers come back.
Now install WinUSB with zdiag.
Try that.

Still shows as FTDI manufacturer.

Well, yeah, FTDI is the USB hardware manufacture.  But does Zadig show it using the WinUSB driver as your previous screen shot showed?

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April 05, 2015, 09:08:45 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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April 05, 2015, 09:12:35 PM
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Is it supposed to be FTDI manufacturer?

No, its supposed to be WinUSB.  Is CGMiner giving you an error message?  If so why no post the text so we know what it is?


sorry had it as a link earlier in thread.
Try this. I've had similar issues.
In device manager un-install the USB devices, check the box delete the driver software for this device. Un-install all monarchs (if more than one you'll see). Then refresh your device manager and you will see the ftdi drivers come back.
Now install WinUSB with zdiag.
Try that.

Still shows as FTDI manufacturer.

Well, yeah, FTDI is the USB hardware manufacture.  But does Zadig show it using the WinUSB driver as your previous screen shot showed?


Ya, shows as WinUSB in Zadig.

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April 05, 2015, 09:14:29 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

I don't have a hub lying around so I'll have to get one and try. My PSU is an ULTRA X4 750W. 12V, 56A, all fans spinning up.

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April 05, 2015, 09:20:53 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

I don't have a hub lying around so I'll have to get one and try. My PSU is an ULTRA X4 750W. 12V, 56A, all fans spinning up.

dunno, sounds like bad hardware to me.  You may want to contact the Manufacture's support.

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April 05, 2015, 09:22:51 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

I don't have a hub lying around so I'll have to get one and try. My PSU is an ULTRA X4 750W. 12V, 56A, all fans spinning up.
Does it work right in bfl's bfgminer?
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April 05, 2015, 09:35:30 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

I don't have a hub lying around so I'll have to get one and try. My PSU is an ULTRA X4 750W. 12V, 56A, all fans spinning up.
Does it work right in bfl's bfgminer?

No, it spews errors when I run bfgminer, that's why I'm trying cgminer, comes up as BFL 0. I'll try running in a bit with FTDI driver in bfgminer custom and show a screen.

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April 05, 2015, 09:36:17 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

I don't have a hub lying around so I'll have to get one and try. My PSU is an ULTRA X4 750W. 12V, 56A, all fans spinning up.

dunno, sounds like bad hardware to me.  You may want to contact the Manufacture's support.

Kinda what I thought. I'll try contacting support and RMA for a replacement.

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April 05, 2015, 09:40:54 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

I don't have a hub lying around so I'll have to get one and try. My PSU is an ULTRA X4 750W. 12V, 56A, all fans spinning up.
Does it work right in bfl's bfgminer?

No, it spews errors when I run bfgminer, that's why I'm trying cgminer, comes up as BFL 0. I'll try running in a bit with FTDI driver in bfgminer custom and show a screen.
Oh OK I was using cgminer from a working in bfgminer. If you're using the custom version of bfgminer supplied by bfl and you have enough power. I'm using 1600w power supplies with enough amps. Then I don't know what else I can help you with
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April 05, 2015, 10:44:08 PM
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I'm plugging into the back of my tower, so directly, should be USB 2.0, it's not blue so pretty sure not 3.0.

Ok, as a last straw you can try going through a USB 2.0 hub anyway and see what happens.  What power supply are you using to power the miner?  Are all the fans spinning up?

I don't have a hub lying around so I'll have to get one and try. My PSU is an ULTRA X4 750W. 12V, 56A, all fans spinning up.
Does it work right in bfl's bfgminer?

No, it spews errors when I run bfgminer, that's why I'm trying cgminer, comes up as BFL 0. I'll try running in a bit with FTDI driver in bfgminer custom and show a screen.
Oh OK I was using cgminer from a working in bfgminer. If you're using the custom version of bfgminer supplied by bfl and you have enough power. I'm using 1600w power supplies with enough amps. Then I don't know what else I can help you with


This spews out and repeats in bfgminer along with my monarch shutting off.

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April 07, 2015, 01:57:11 AM
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Edit: So do think this is a fix or a preliminary test?  Also what is the driver instance name for the --usb options?
Thanks a bunch, again.
This code should just become part of the next release. It's still all under the same device name for all bflsc driver devices so BAS. The code was never rewritten to account for variants detected after the fact and black/whitelist them (it would be a massive rewrite and manufacturers have all but made this venture worthless).

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Did this fix for the Monarch's make into the git tree yet?
Thanks,
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April 07, 2015, 03:41:34 PM
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Sorry to interrupt,  I probably should have posted in this thread.

Can anyone help answer the cgminer messages I was curious about that I originally posted here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1016272

  please read down thru my reply post to Hugs,  Thank you!

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April 09, 2015, 04:02:38 AM
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Sorry to interrupt,  I probably should have posted in this thread.

Can anyone help answer the cgminer messages I was curious about that I originally posted here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1016272

  please read down thru my reply post to Hugs,  Thank you!
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Edit: So do think this is a fix or a preliminary test?  Also what is the driver instance name for the --usb options?
Thanks a bunch, again.
This code should just become part of the next release. It's still all under the same device name for all bflsc driver devices so BAS. The code was never rewritten to account for variants detected after the fact and black/whitelist them (it would be a massive rewrite and manufacturers have all but made this venture worthless).

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Did this fix for the Monarch's make into the git tree yet?
Thanks,
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Yes it did, shortly after I put up the binary for you.

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Edit: So do think this is a fix or a preliminary test?  Also what is the driver instance name for the --usb options?
Thanks a bunch, again.
This code should just become part of the next release. It's still all under the same device name for all bflsc driver devices so BAS. The code was never rewritten to account for variants detected after the fact and black/whitelist them (it would be a massive rewrite and manufacturers have all but made this venture worthless).

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Did this fix for the Monarch's make into the git tree yet?
Thanks,
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Yes it did, shortly after I put up the binary for you.

Sounds good.  I sent a small donation for the help and support.
Thanks,
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Sounds good.  I sent a small donation for the help and support.
Much appreciated, thanks Smiley Development has certainly been quiet of late, more representative of the mining landscape than anything else.

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Hello,

have anyone the same problem with the combination of these miners:

3 x BXM (BFx2)
1 x BXF (BiFury)

In the config i have these command, ("usb" : ":4",), but Cgminer doesn't recognized the BXF when i restart the Cgminer, theni must unplugged and then plug in the BiFury??

Then starts the BiFury the mining? No Hotplugin by the BXF?

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April 18, 2015, 11:05:55 PM
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have anyone the same problem with the combination of these miners:

3 x BXM (BFx2)
1 x BXF (BiFury)

In the config i have these command, ("usb" : ":4",), but Cgminer doesn't recognized the BXF when i restart the Cgminer, theni must unplugged and then plug in the BiFury??

Then starts the BiFury the mining? No Hotplugin by the BXF?
No, that should work to hotplug the bifury. Is there a reason you're restricting it to 4 devices with that in your config?

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