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May 21, 2014, 03:13:46 PM
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Hey guys. I got two G-Blades today and connected them to my Windows PC. But it is only working with one Blade connected at the same time. As soon as i connect the second Blade (so 4 USB connections) cgminer crashes at start up or tells me none of the blades is found. Do I need a powered USB Hub for running 2 BLades with one Windows PC, or is it okay, to use 4 USB Ports of the Computer?
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I suggest getting a Raspberry Pi I have 12 running off two of them and its solid Wink.
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