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March 08, 2013, 07:23:53 AM
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From when you getting this error?
You remember installing or uninstalling any other softwares before or after getting error?
Maybe some VC++ or .net framework packages broken.
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March 08, 2013, 09:59:16 AM
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I am unable to send my litecoins from my litecoin-qt wallet.  I have posted in other forums with no response after days.

I am currently using Litecoin-QT v0.6.3-beta. OS is Win7 Ultimate SP1 64bit.

When I attempt to send coins the program gives me the following errors and closes itself. 




I have uninstalled, removed all appdata, and re installed from scratch (re-downloaded block chain and reloaded my back up wallet .dat file) and still get the same issue.  I have also uninstalled the v0.6.3-beta and replaced with v0.6.3c-beta and still receive the same error.

I get the same error with using sendtoaddress in command line interface.

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error: {"code":-1,"message":"ReserveKeyFromKeyPool() : unknown key in key pool"}

Getting frustrated searching forum after forum and google search after google search without finding anything about my issue.   Does anyone have any insight on how I can fix this issue?


Looks like your wallet got corrupted. Do you have any backup?
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March 08, 2013, 03:01:47 PM
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Does it happen if you install it on another computer?




unfortunately I dont have another computer to test on right now, but I hadnt thought of that yet so I might be able to try over the weekend.

From when you getting this error?
You remember installing or uninstalling any other softwares before or after getting error?
Maybe some VC++ or .net framework packages broken.

I recently installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2012.  I didnt even think of that causing any issues, as we all know how reliable and amazing microsoft software is (sarcasm).  I will try removing VS 2012 and see what happens.

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March 08, 2013, 04:31:55 PM
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I recently installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2012.  I didnt even think of that causing any issues, as we all know how reliable and amazing microsoft software is (sarcasm).  I will try removing VS 2012 and see what happens.
You are doing this backward. If you have Visual Studio then start the Litecoin program under the debugger and it will point you to the problem which causes the crash.

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March 09, 2013, 02:39:36 PM
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I recently installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2012.  I didnt even think of that causing any issues, as we all know how reliable and amazing microsoft software is (sarcasm).  I will try removing VS 2012 and see what happens.
You are doing this backward. If you have Visual Studio then start the Litecoin program under the debugger and it will point you to the problem which causes the crash.


I might have mislead you to believe I am a smart programmer that knows what he is doing.  I ran it in the debugger and im all like  Huh

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March 09, 2013, 05:23:57 PM
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I was able to get the LTC sent after I loaded my wallet on a different computer. So that works for now.  Still have no idea how to figure out whats wrong with the original computer.

I think snare rolls should be used as a currency.
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March 14, 2013, 12:09:48 PM
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sorry if its been asked before but a lot of pages to check through.

I set up reaper to mine using my GPU with litecoinpool.org

Setting in reapers config are this

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host litecoinpool.org
port 9332
user XXXX
pass XXXX

protocol litecoin

worksize 256
aggression 318
threads_per_gpu 1
sharethreads 20
lookup_gap 2
gpu_thread_concurrency 21572

It appears to connect but then just idles away receiving no shares the line it shows is like this


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Got LP9.1GH/s, shares 0:0, stale 0%, `o kH/s, 332s

I have left it for 30+ minutes to return to lines and lines of this.

Any help is appreciated I can't tell if its the miner, the pool or me being dumb  Undecided
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March 14, 2013, 11:04:22 PM
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Can someone give me best settings for a 5870 and CGminer?
What lookup-gap and thread-concurrency should I use?
I can run my cards stable around 940/1200MHz

Thank you!

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March 15, 2013, 12:09:02 AM
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Can someone give me best settings for a 5870 and CGminer?
What lookup-gap and thread-concurrency should I use?
I can run my cards stable around 940/1200MHz

Thank you!

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March 15, 2013, 10:36:56 AM
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sorry if its been asked before but a lot of pages to check through.
I set up reaper to mine using my GPU with litecoinpool.org
Setting in reapers config are this
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host litecoinpool.org
port 9332
user XXXX
pass XXXX

protocol litecoin

worksize 256
aggression 318
threads_per_gpu 1
sharethreads 20
lookup_gap 2
gpu_thread_concurrency 21572
It appears to connect but then just idles away receiving no shares the line it shows is like this
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Got LP9.1GH/s, shares 0:0, stale 0%, `o kH/s, 332s
I have left it for 30+ minutes to return to lines and lines of this.
Any help is appreciated I can't tell if its the miner, the pool or me being dumb  Undecided


I use the following to mine using my 5870 card

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protocol litecoin

worksize 128
aggression 16
threads_per_gpu 1
sharethreads 18
lookup_gap 2
gpu_thread_concurrency 6144

I think, aggression 318 is impossible
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March 15, 2013, 10:57:07 AM
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sorry if its been asked before but a lot of pages to check through.
I set up reaper to mine using my GPU with litecoinpool.org
Setting in reapers config are this
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host litecoinpool.org
port 9332
user XXXX
pass XXXX

protocol litecoin

worksize 256
aggression 318
threads_per_gpu 1
sharethreads 20
lookup_gap 2
gpu_thread_concurrency 21572
It appears to connect but then just idles away receiving no shares the line it shows is like this
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Got LP9.1GH/s, shares 0:0, stale 0%, `o kH/s, 332s
I have left it for 30+ minutes to return to lines and lines of this.
Any help is appreciated I can't tell if its the miner, the pool or me being dumb  Undecided


I use the following to mine using my 5870 card

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protocol litecoin

worksize 128
aggression 16
threads_per_gpu 1
sharethreads 18
lookup_gap 2
gpu_thread_concurrency 6144

I think, aggression 318 is impossible

Agreed, I saw the aggression at 318 and I almost crashed just reading it.   Grin  I use 14 aggression on a 5850 in Win7 x64
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March 16, 2013, 07:42:23 AM
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If a business accepting lite coins needs to issue a mass refund from anonymous customers, can they just issue the refunds back to the sent from address in the lite coin qt GUI? Or do they have to analyze the block chain transaction to get the right send back address?  Is this how satoshi dice and other like businesses operate on send back addresses?

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March 16, 2013, 09:33:51 AM
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Bitcoin has a problem of some of its services not thinking, when sending coins on behalf of a user of that service, that someone might send coins back to that send-address intending them to go back to that user.

If it is not already too late for litecoin services to avoid picking up that "bad habit" it might be a nice feature for litecoin not to have to worry about whether, and if so which, particular service you happen to use to send coins can or cannot handle coins being returned to the sending address.

After all it is not as if a lot of bitcoin services provide their source code, so litecoin services likely are going to have to code their own (and hopefully release the code so every other coin over the centuries doesn't also have to code their own) thus need not inherit such "bad habits" by virtue of "thats is how the reference free open source implementation of such services does it"...

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March 24, 2013, 02:56:08 PM
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Bitcoin has a problem of some of its services not thinking, when sending coins on behalf of a user of that service, that someone might send coins back to that send-address intending them to go back to that user.

If it is not already too late for litecoin services to avoid picking up that "bad habit" it might be a nice feature for litecoin not to have to worry about whether, and if so which, particular service you happen to use to send coins can or cannot handle coins being returned to the sending address.

After all it is not as if a lot of bitcoin services provide their source code, so litecoin services likely are going to have to code their own (and hopefully release the code so every other coin over the centuries doesn't also have to code their own) thus need not inherit such "bad habits" by virtue of "thats is how the reference free open source implementation of such services does it"...

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I am also interested in this!
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March 25, 2013, 11:08:40 AM
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Whilst mining with cgminer with my single 5850, the hash rate it shows seems to jump between 100-500 khash every 5 seconds. Surely that's not right is it? The average khash it shows is 377, which seems about right compared to the wiki. Just wondering if anyone can tell me if it should be jumping so much and if not, how to fix it.

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March 27, 2013, 05:27:17 PM
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i have a rigg with 2x5870 and 1x5830.
my issue is that when it shows 800khash in cgminer
it doesnt show more than arround 3-400khash in pool(tested with both notroll and litecoinpool)

my other rigg with 2x7970 show the right amount in both cgminer and the pool.
Any ideas???
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March 28, 2013, 08:05:59 PM
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After Gavin Andresen's post regarding Litecoin Dev. - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=159238.0 - it would be quite interesting to read a brief post of whats in the works Dev-wise in Litecoin if that's possible  Cheesy
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March 28, 2013, 09:18:15 PM
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i have a rigg with 2x5870 and 1x5830.
my issue is that when it shows 800khash in cgminer
it doesnt show more than arround 3-400khash in pool(tested with both notroll and litecoinpool)

my other rigg with 2x7970 show the right amount in both cgminer and the pool.
Any ideas???


I saw the same thing with multiple pools and current cgminer, for me what did the trick was going from -g 1 to -g 2 and all of the sudden more shares were getting done and the hashrate on pools reflected that.
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April 02, 2013, 11:34:41 PM
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hi anygood miner for windows and nvidia?

just want to make this work for test and i m failling with the one i ve tried(java one and guiminer srypt)

if anyone can help

just experimenting

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April 02, 2013, 11:42:12 PM
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Litecoin will be updated to 0.8.1 soon. Like wtogami said, I had originally planned to stay 1 major version behind Bitcoin so that we don't get bit by a bad release. But as it turned out, the 0.8 hard fork just made it clear that there was an issue with old releases that could cause a hard fork even without 0.8. So wtogami and pooler will be helping me with rebasing the Litecoin code to 0.8.1. I do want to wait til May 15 to make sure that Bitcoin is able to handle the potential hard fork. Since the Litecoin community is much smaller, we should have even less of a problem. But it's better to be safe.

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