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May 16, 2011, 04:49:53 PM
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i need your help.  could you look at this block: http://blockexplorer.com/address/1JkgETnQJQ6PXhTCQYpi3aqPiSHMggbvfN

this is a withdrawal of 258.20 btc from my mtgox acct that is received but greyed out and 0/unconfirmed in my client.  the date and time received in my client is 5/9/11 20:02 and the time of the withdrawal in my acct history at mtgox is 5/10/11 03:02.

i've been back and forth about this with Mark Karpeles who says the tx on his end looks fine.  Theymos has graciously tried to help me but recommended i bring this problem to you all.  also Theymos looked at the block and says theres 1257 confirmations.  he thinks there is a problem with btc somewhere.

i deleted old client and downloaded new version 0.3.21.2, reloaded new block chain which is up to date with active connections.  obviously data directory is new as well.  but still no fix.

i'm using a MacBook Pro and the client version is 0.3.20.1 Beta.  Currently showing 124382 blocks with 3 connections.
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May 16, 2011, 05:08:14 PM
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sorry on that last line.  i HAD client version 0.3.20.1 but now have 0.3.21.2.
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May 17, 2011, 12:00:56 AM
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Try the -rescan command, and if that doesn't work..

Try this, backup your wallet.dat, and delete everything in that same folder, and then copy back the wallet.dat (or just delete everything except wallet.dat..

And start up Bitcoin again and allow all of the blocks to reconfirm themselves (will take several hours)
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May 17, 2011, 01:49:36 AM
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Try the -rescan command, and if that doesn't work..

Try this, backup your wallet.dat, and delete everything in that same folder, and then copy back the wallet.dat (or just delete everything except wallet.dat..

And start up Bitcoin again and allow all of the blocks to reconfirm themselves (will take several hours)

isn't that what i just did by deleting old client and installing new client with block chain download?
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May 17, 2011, 03:10:07 AM
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PROBLEM RESOLVED!!! well, thank God for Theymos.  on his suggestion, i deleted the 2 block files and let the client redownload the block chain and it finally worked.  SO relieved!
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