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El Cabron
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November 18, 2011, 12:04:56 PM


My wife accidentally unplugged one of my machines while cleaning. On restart I kept getting the blue screen of death after windows loaded.

So I reinstalled everything including windows 7 64 bit.

I installed the ATI 11.6 driver.

The current GUI miner

and SDK 2.1

Now everything is running fine other than my hash rate is down 10%

Anyone have any ideas about this? I tried reinstalling the drivers, and updating windows. Nothing seems to work. I have no idea how this could have even happened. The computer is running exactly what it was before this reload.

Thanks for all of you ideas!

edit: it was a problem with my miner, downloaded it again and it was fine...

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November 18, 2011, 01:28:03 PM

native guiminer, or something fixed with the phoenix kernel on the others?
Do you have the 100% CPU Bug?

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November 18, 2011, 01:28:17 PM

The driver-only 11.6 includes OpenCL 2.4 which is fine, don't know why you would go backwards, and there is no need to install the SDK.

Did you also overclock like it was before? Same flags and miner options? I can get nearly 350MHash out of a 5830, so something is not as awesome as it should be.
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