My goal was simple......to mine via GPU securely and safely via either pooling or independently,however I think I may have bitten off more than I can chew and is getting to be a somewhat frustrating and complicated couple of days on getting an ideal situation.I currently have the following issues and,yes I have read through the forum and searched around but still was not able to get some of the issues resolved :
1.Guiminer mentions that it cannot connect to Bitcoin via RPC,I have tried disabling the firewall and connecting the primary internet access router but still got the same error as I am behind two routers and a personal firewall,the second router is a modem/router hybrid in which I tried even enabling ALG and port forwarding between 8332 and 8334 while the firewall was disabled but still nothing.I have also tried a program called Proxifier in addition to using the TOR network but still did not work giving the same error.
2011-07-14 14:23:11: Listener for "http://www.btcguild.com
": 14/07/2011 14:23:11, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 0 2
2011-07-14 14:23:13: Listener for "http://www.btcguild.com
": 14/07/2011 14:23:13, Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC 1 2
2011-07-14 14:23:14: Listener for "http://www.btcguild.com
" shutting down
2.The Bitcoin.exe was only able to connect through what I last mentioned,which is through TOR but have no idea why it didn't work with GUIminer.This is with all appropriate security settings as well.However,I have not been able to see the "Generate Bitcoins" under settings.
3.I was wondering if takes this much why there aren't more WebCL variants of mining via website.I tried "Coined.com" but obviously that requires a Deepbit account but couldn't sign up for an account as everytime I try to register I get the "Down for Maintenence" issue.
4.I have tried Bitcoinplus but the rate via CPU is abysmal and have more than given up on that.
5.I am very interested in mining as electricity is not an issue where I am and was thinking of heavily investing in the next generation modicum Radeon HD 7xxx series for some serious rates for bitcoins but have to get over these connections issues first obviously.
6.This issue just popped up lol.http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/84/errorfo.jpg/
I use Windows and have a Radeon 5770 currently but will likely expand if successful to 4 mediore Radeon HD 7xxx and am also A BTCguild member,lol.