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March 23, 2018, 11:31:25 AM
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Come on people ... vote for BOOLBERRY at https://acc.vicex.io/   Smiley Vote every 24 hours...it's free.
Ok/ my vote number 59/ But need all 200votes

Need 3 votes   Smiley      / now my vote 197  

now 217 with my +1

Boolberry  has been featured in the New Coin Listing Competition, this is your chance to grow the market cap and liquidity pool of Boolberry .

Support your coin by voting now, voting ends in 10 days. (Boolberry is currently in last place with 0 votes)

https://www.cryptaldash.com/new-coin-listing


voted.+10 for free,and +1000 if buy crd tokens.



We need to continue to vote and it looks like 500 votes to guarantee the recent listing.
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How do I obtain my private key from my Boolberry windows wallet? I like to document my keys on paper and keep them in a safe just in case.

Also, roughly how many coins can I expect per day can I expect with a gtx 1070? I've never mined on wild keccak before so I'm not sure which hashrate to enter into the calculator.

Im not too sure about your first question (sorry about that) but as for the second one, Ive been using a 1060 for the past couple months and its comfortably getting from 1.1 to 1.2 coins a day which is about 1.3 to 1.45 mH/s. But i used to use a 780 and i was getting just as much so that kinda surprised me. Also a friend is using a 1080 and he was getting maybe 100 more kH/s than with my 1060. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong with configs or something but Ive never been able to get past 1.5 mH/s with just one card.

Thanks!

1080's have GDDR5X instead of GDDR5 on 1060/1070, and this is why the 1070 is about the same performance on ETH and more efficient than the 1080. 

The most efficient card I have seen is the RX 470, which is about 16 kH/watt, the Titan V is 40+kh/watt, but at $3,000, I hate to call it the most efficient.  Wink

Here are some #'s from my experience.

  • GTX1060 - 1.2-1.3 MH/s (mem +120 core +800)
  • GTX1070 - 1.7-1.8 MH/s (mem +0 core +1400)
  • RX470 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1990 core 1190)
  • RX570 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1980 core 1160)
  • RX580 - 1.9-2 MH/s (mem 2040 core 1200)
  • RX Vega 64 / FE - 2.4 MH/s (I believe this could be optimized to be 4 MH/s+ based on its performance on CryptoNight)
  • Titan V - 4.2 MH/s




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March 24, 2018, 09:35:39 PM
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How do I obtain my private key from my Boolberry windows wallet? I like to document my keys on paper and keep them in a safe just in case.

Also, roughly how many coins can I expect per day can I expect with a gtx 1070? I've never mined on wild keccak before so I'm not sure which hashrate to enter into the calculator.

Im not too sure about your first question (sorry about that) but as for the second one, Ive been using a 1060 for the past couple months and its comfortably getting from 1.1 to 1.2 coins a day which is about 1.3 to 1.45 mH/s. But i used to use a 780 and i was getting just as much so that kinda surprised me. Also a friend is using a 1080 and he was getting maybe 100 more kH/s than with my 1060. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong with configs or something but Ive never been able to get past 1.5 mH/s with just one card.

Thanks!

1080's have GDDR5X instead of GDDR5 on 1060/1070, and this is why the 1070 is about the same performance on ETH and more efficient than the 1080.  

The most efficient card I have seen is the RX 470, which is about 16 kH/watt, the Titan V is 40+kh/watt, but at $3,000, I hate to call it the most efficient.  Wink

Here are some #'s from my experience.

  • GTX1060 - 1.2-1.3 MH/s (mem +120 core +800)
  • GTX1070 - 1.7-1.8 MH/s (mem +0 core +1400)
  • RX470 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1990 core 1190)
  • RX570 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1980 core 1160)
  • RX580 - 1.9-2 MH/s (mem 2040 core 1200)
  • RX Vega 64 / FE - 2.4 MH/s (I believe this could be optimized to be 4 MH/s+ based on its performance on CryptoNight)
  • Titan V - 4.2 MH/s






[2018-03-24 17:32:17] GPU #0: 1341 MHz 38.65 kH/W 22W 45C FAN 56%
[2018-03-24 17:32:24] GPU #0: Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti, 890.35 kH/s
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I acquired Boolberry in order to sync upon OSX through deleting the boold documents from Software Support directory site and allowing any develop of boolbd run
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How do I obtain my private key from my Boolberry windows wallet? I like to document my keys on paper and keep them in a safe just in case.

Also, roughly how many coins can I expect per day can I expect with a gtx 1070? I've never mined on wild keccak before so I'm not sure which hashrate to enter into the calculator.

Im not too sure about your first question (sorry about that) but as for the second one, Ive been using a 1060 for the past couple months and its comfortably getting from 1.1 to 1.2 coins a day which is about 1.3 to 1.45 mH/s. But i used to use a 780 and i was getting just as much so that kinda surprised me. Also a friend is using a 1080 and he was getting maybe 100 more kH/s than with my 1060. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong with configs or something but Ive never been able to get past 1.5 mH/s with just one card.

Thanks!

1080's have GDDR5X instead of GDDR5 on 1060/1070, and this is why the 1070 is about the same performance on ETH and more efficient than the 1080.  

The most efficient card I have seen is the RX 470, which is about 16 kH/watt, the Titan V is 40+kh/watt, but at $3,000, I hate to call it the most efficient.  Wink

Here are some #'s from my experience.

  • GTX1060 - 1.2-1.3 MH/s (mem +120 core +800)
  • GTX1070 - 1.7-1.8 MH/s (mem +0 core +1400)
  • RX470 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1990 core 1190)
  • RX570 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1980 core 1160)
  • RX580 - 1.9-2 MH/s (mem 2040 core 1200)
  • RX Vega 64 / FE - 2.4 MH/s (I believe this could be optimized to be 4 MH/s+ based on its performance on CryptoNight)
  • Titan V - 4.2 MH/s






[2018-03-24 17:32:17] GPU #0: 1341 MHz 38.65 kH/W 22W 45C FAN 56%
[2018-03-24 17:32:24] GPU #0: Gigabyte GTX 750 Ti, 890.35 kH/s
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Hi tbearhere,

Is it Overclocked?  What settings may I ask?  On windows or linux?

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March 26, 2018, 08:05:36 AM
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Goodmorning Everyone:

Please follow us on twitter, and re-tweet the new website announcement.  We will be using Twitter as well as BCT to keep the community updated on our progress.  Also, please join our Telegram group for general discussion (including mining questions) and our Telegram Channel for future announcements.


Twitter website announcement:

https://twitter.com/BoolberryBBR/status/978175735553695745


Telegram Group Chat:

https://t.me/boolberry_bbr


Telegram Channel for announcements:

https://t.me/boolberry

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March 26, 2018, 02:20:52 PM
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Awesome to see Zoidbergs original Twitter account for Boolberry make an official announcement again, but I'm even more excited to see the progress that has been made on LMDB in such a short time. It looks like it's in testing already from what I'm seeing  Grin Grin Grin I've been waiting on this for some time.

Having Crypto_Zoidberg back with an experienced team who he has worked with before is an added bonus, I have spoke with @Ravaga on the team who is very enthusiastic and confident about Boolberry and it's future. Considering that and knowing the rate Zoidberg can code I'm more sure than ever about the future of Boolberrys success.


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March 27, 2018, 03:59:34 AM
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Boolberry  Community Announcement: Vote for BBR to be listed on CryptalDash.com Exchange.

Boolberry has been featured in the New Coin Listing Competition, this is your chance to grow the market cap and liquidity pool of Boolberry .

Support your coin by voting now, voting ends in 8 days. (Boolberry is only 70 votes, Unitus is doing better with 7,370 votes. Let’s change this!)
https://www.cryptaldash.com/new-coin-listing
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March 27, 2018, 05:28:55 PM
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Does anyone understand where I could get the transaction id? I am trying to deliver BBR through Stocks. Swap to my very own wallet however I can't discover the payment identification information anyplace.
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Does anyone understand where I could get the transaction id? I am trying to deliver BBR through Stocks. Swap to my very own wallet however I can't discover the payment identification information anyplace.
Payment IDs are generated on the receiving side if you want to tell someone to send to you and want to track that as being from a certain person. It can be some randomly generated hexadecimal string. You would tell that person to use that payment id so you can look up any payments that get sent to that id and know it is from that person. You don't need to have a payment id to send to your own wallet any coins you just want to be able to use freely. Transaction id is different. It's what happens when you send any coins and want to know the id for looking up on an exchange or verifying in your wallet. So I'm just saying you can just send to your wallet address without a payment id if you are just sending to your wallet.
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March 30, 2018, 04:06:38 AM
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Neither installer or binaries will not sync. What to do about the 30000 in bittrex wallet ? Early investor...
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March 30, 2018, 04:31:35 AM
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How do I obtain my private key from my Boolberry windows wallet? I like to document my keys on paper and keep them in a safe just in case.

Also, roughly how many coins can I expect per day can I expect with a gtx 1070? I've never mined on wild keccak before so I'm not sure which hashrate to enter into the calculator.

Im not too sure about your first question (sorry about that) but as for the second one, Ive been using a 1060 for the past couple months and its comfortably getting from 1.1 to 1.2 coins a day which is about 1.3 to 1.45 mH/s. But i used to use a 780 and i was getting just as much so that kinda surprised me. Also a friend is using a 1080 and he was getting maybe 100 more kH/s than with my 1060. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong with configs or something but Ive never been able to get past 1.5 mH/s with just one card.

Thanks!

1080's have GDDR5X instead of GDDR5 on 1060/1070, and this is why the 1070 is about the same performance on ETH and more efficient than the 1080. 

The most efficient card I have seen is the RX 470, which is about 16 kH/watt, the Titan V is 40+kh/watt, but at $3,000, I hate to call it the most efficient.  Wink

Here are some #'s from my experience.

  • GTX1060 - 1.2-1.3 MH/s (mem +120 core +800)
  • GTX1070 - 1.7-1.8 MH/s (mem +0 core +1400)
  • RX470 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1990 core 1190)
  • RX570 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1980 core 1160)
  • RX580 - 1.9-2 MH/s (mem 2040 core 1200)
  • RX Vega 64 / FE - 2.4 MH/s (I believe this could be optimized to be 4 MH/s+ based on its performance on CryptoNight)
  • Titan V - 4.2 MH/s






Optimization plays a massive part here.

If the Algo is optimized for the SDK/Driver, then you will get better performance. In our case, nVidia (CUDA).

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March 30, 2018, 05:50:24 AM
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This is urgent : Can we withdraw from Bittrex to BTC-Alpha ? I already did for 5000 have 23000 left and not much time.
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How do I obtain my private key from my Boolberry windows wallet? I like to document my keys on paper and keep them in a safe just in case.

Also, roughly how many coins can I expect per day can I expect with a gtx 1070? I've never mined on wild keccak before so I'm not sure which hashrate to enter into the calculator.

Im not too sure about your first question (sorry about that) but as for the second one, Ive been using a 1060 for the past couple months and its comfortably getting from 1.1 to 1.2 coins a day which is about 1.3 to 1.45 mH/s. But i used to use a 780 and i was getting just as much so that kinda surprised me. Also a friend is using a 1080 and he was getting maybe 100 more kH/s than with my 1060. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong with configs or something but Ive never been able to get past 1.5 mH/s with just one card.

Thanks!

1080's have GDDR5X instead of GDDR5 on 1060/1070, and this is why the 1070 is about the same performance on ETH and more efficient than the 1080.  

The most efficient card I have seen is the RX 470, which is about 16 kH/watt, the Titan V is 40+kh/watt, but at $3,000, I hate to call it the most efficient.  Wink

Here are some #'s from my experience.

  • GTX1060 - 1.2-1.3 MH/s (mem +120 core +800)
  • GTX1070 - 1.7-1.8 MH/s (mem +0 core +1400)
  • RX470 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1990 core 1190)
  • RX570 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1980 core 1160)
  • RX580 - 1.9-2 MH/s (mem 2040 core 1200)
  • RX Vega 64 / FE - 2.4 MH/s (I believe this could be optimized to be 4 MH/s+ based on its performance on CryptoNight)
  • Titan V - 4.2 MH/s






Optimization plays a massive part here.

If the Algo is optimized for the SDK/Driver, then you will get better performance. In our case, nVidia (CUDA).

#crysx

as i know any improvements probably aren't possible:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=693118.msg17229968#msg17229968

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March 30, 2018, 04:06:42 PM
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How do I obtain my private key from my Boolberry windows wallet? I like to document my keys on paper and keep them in a safe just in case.

Also, roughly how many coins can I expect per day can I expect with a gtx 1070? I've never mined on wild keccak before so I'm not sure which hashrate to enter into the calculator.

Im not too sure about your first question (sorry about that) but as for the second one, Ive been using a 1060 for the past couple months and its comfortably getting from 1.1 to 1.2 coins a day which is about 1.3 to 1.45 mH/s. But i used to use a 780 and i was getting just as much so that kinda surprised me. Also a friend is using a 1080 and he was getting maybe 100 more kH/s than with my 1060. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong with configs or something but Ive never been able to get past 1.5 mH/s with just one card.

Thanks!

1080's have GDDR5X instead of GDDR5 on 1060/1070, and this is why the 1070 is about the same performance on ETH and more efficient than the 1080.  

The most efficient card I have seen is the RX 470, which is about 16 kH/watt, the Titan V is 40+kh/watt, but at $3,000, I hate to call it the most efficient.  Wink

Here are some #'s from my experience.

  • GTX1060 - 1.2-1.3 MH/s (mem +120 core +800)
  • GTX1070 - 1.7-1.8 MH/s (mem +0 core +1400)
  • RX470 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1990 core 1190)
  • RX570 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1980 core 1160)
  • RX580 - 1.9-2 MH/s (mem 2040 core 1200)
  • RX Vega 64 / FE - 2.4 MH/s (I believe this could be optimized to be 4 MH/s+ based on its performance on CryptoNight)
  • Titan V - 4.2 MH/s






Optimization plays a massive part here.

If the Algo is optimized for the SDK/Driver, then you will get better performance. In our case, nVidia (CUDA).

#crysx

as i know any improvements probably aren't possible:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=693118.msg17229968#msg17229968

There is ALWAYS room.

It depends on whether a small or larger investment of time and money is worth the small or large improvement in code.

We had (and still to this day) one of the most optimized miners in Crypto. I subsequently withdrew the miner from the market due to unforeseen circumstances, but it nonetheless is still one of the most highly optimized miners to date, and there is still room to move with the progression of SDK and code optimizations, for the Algos that we support in CWIgm.

Depending on what 'can; be done will determine what 'should' be done. Either way, it is worth a shot if it will give an edge in mining.

We just cannot justify the cost involved at the moment for it.

I will fire up the miner again soon when I have the time, and see if WildKeccak was one fo the Algos we worked on. If so, there will be some testing to be done.

#crysx

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March 31, 2018, 09:27:10 AM
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I will fire up the miner again soon when I have the time, and see if WildKeccak was one fo the Algos we worked on. If so, there will be some testing to be done.

i will be glad to hear any news from you.by the way,as for me miner may has fee(up to 3%) or cost 0.05 btc (like sp miners Smiley ).but provided huge speed improvements.


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How do I obtain my private key from my Boolberry windows wallet? I like to document my keys on paper and keep them in a safe just in case.

Also, roughly how many coins can I expect per day can I expect with a gtx 1070? I've never mined on wild keccak before so I'm not sure which hashrate to enter into the calculator.

Im not too sure about your first question (sorry about that) but as for the second one, Ive been using a 1060 for the past couple months and its comfortably getting from 1.1 to 1.2 coins a day which is about 1.3 to 1.45 mH/s. But i used to use a 780 and i was getting just as much so that kinda surprised me. Also a friend is using a 1080 and he was getting maybe 100 more kH/s than with my 1060. Maybe I'm just doing something wrong with configs or something but Ive never been able to get past 1.5 mH/s with just one card.

Thanks!

1080's have GDDR5X instead of GDDR5 on 1060/1070, and this is why the 1070 is about the same performance on ETH and more efficient than the 1080. 

The most efficient card I have seen is the RX 470, which is about 16 kH/watt, the Titan V is 40+kh/watt, but at $3,000, I hate to call it the most efficient.  Wink

Here are some #'s from my experience.

  • GTX1060 - 1.2-1.3 MH/s (mem +120 core +800)
  • GTX1070 - 1.7-1.8 MH/s (mem +0 core +1400)
  • RX470 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1990 core 1190)
  • RX570 - 1.6 MH/s (mem 1980 core 1160)
  • RX580 - 1.9-2 MH/s (mem 2040 core 1200)
  • RX Vega 64 / FE - 2.4 MH/s (I believe this could be optimized to be 4 MH/s+ based on its performance on CryptoNight)
  • Titan V - 4.2 MH/s






Optimization plays a massive part here.

If the Algo is optimized for the SDK/Driver, then you will get better performance. In our case, nVidia (CUDA).

#crysx

as i know any improvements probably aren't possible:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=693118.msg17229968#msg17229968

There is ALWAYS room.

It depends on whether a small or larger investment of time and money is worth the small or large improvement in code.

We had (and still to this day) one of the most optimized miners in Crypto. I subsequently withdrew the miner from the market due to unforeseen circumstances, but it nonetheless is still one of the most highly optimized miners to date, and there is still room to move with the progression of SDK and code optimizations, for the Algos that we support in CWIgm.

Depending on what 'can; be done will determine what 'should' be done. Either way, it is worth a shot if it will give an edge in mining.

We just cannot justify the cost involved at the moment for it.

I will fire up the miner again soon when I have the time, and see if WildKeccak was one fo the Algos we worked on. If so, there will be some testing to be done.

#crysx

Agreed.

We need a new miner built on GCN assembly.  Nvidia has an advantage on raw compute, but AMD has VOP_DPP modifier at no cost compared to __shfl, which is far from free!  Even though Nvidia is faster per thread, it only has 32 threads/warp while AMD has 64/wavefront, but you can parallelize to even that out.  Meanwhile it would be nice to get the Vega 10 RRG.
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March 31, 2018, 11:06:42 PM
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Ive got myself a bit of a problem. Last night i fired up and sanc my wallet to make sure my mining rewards were coming in. Everything was fine and i left it running over night.

Well windows decided to update over night while my wallet was open. So this morning i fire it back up and the blockchain loads but i get an error openeing my key file.
I think the os updating while the wallet was open messed something up and now i cant access my 1650 bbr..

@crypto_zoidberg, is there any advise or possibility of regaining acess to my coins?
@1blockologist, when i search "corrupted" in the thread i see a post of yours stating that you were getting the same error. Did you fix it? and what did you do to fix it?

Any advice is appreciated. I didnt make a back up.. what is worse is i didnt even do this myself... windows just goes ahead a does whatever it pleases whenever it wants..
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Ive got myself a bit of a problem. Last night i fired up and sanc my wallet to make sure my mining rewards were coming in. Everything was fine and i left it running over night.

Well windows decided to update over night while my wallet was open. So this morning i fire it back up and the blockchain loads but i get an error openeing my key file.
I think the os updating while the wallet was open messed something up and now i cant access my 1650 bbr..

@crypto_zoidberg, is there any advise or possibility of regaining acess to my coins?
@1blockologist, when i search "corrupted" in the thread i see a post of yours stating that you were getting the same error. Did you fix it? and what did you do to fix it?

Any advice is appreciated. I didnt make a back up.. what is worse is i didnt even do this myself... windows just goes ahead a does whatever it pleases whenever it wants..

Try copying the .keys file to a new folder and open the .keys file which will rebuild the wallet file.  If you have an error it would have corrupted the wallet file not the .keys file.  I think the issue that 1block was having was on OSX.  Are you running windows or mac?  I imagine you have 8gb of ram?
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April 01, 2018, 12:02:18 AM
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Ive got myself a bit of a problem. Last night i fired up and sanc my wallet to make sure my mining rewards were coming in. Everything was fine and i left it running over night.

Well windows decided to update over night while my wallet was open. So this morning i fire it back up and the blockchain loads but i get an error openeing my key file.
I think the os updating while the wallet was open messed something up and now i cant access my 1650 bbr..

@crypto_zoidberg, is there any advise or possibility of regaining acess to my coins?
@1blockologist, when i search "corrupted" in the thread i see a post of yours stating that you were getting the same error. Did you fix it? and what did you do to fix it?

Any advice is appreciated. I didnt make a back up.. what is worse is i didnt even do this myself... windows just goes ahead a does whatever it pleases whenever it wants..

Try copying the .keys file to a new folder and open the .keys file which will rebuild the wallet file.  If you have an error it would have corrupted the wallet file not the .keys file.  I think the issue that 1block was having was on OSX.  Are you running windows or mac?  I imagine you have 8gb of ram?

Oh my goodness! Thank you so much! That worked.
I didnt even think of that. I seriously thought that i was out of my boolberry. I love this coin. Through thick and thin ive held on. Ive felt devastated all day..
Thank you!

The wallet is rebuilding now. If you'd like, pm me a your bbr address. You most definitely deserve a tip. Once its done rebuilding ill send it your way.

P.S
No ive got 4 gigs of ram. The wallet did start giving me issues and i had to get into regedit and change some settings, its been fine since.
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