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Damn it I could of sworn I replied to this thread. Thought I was going crazy till I saw your reply on the other thread lol. Cleaned up my reply anyway, added a link.Anyway. This is definitely not normal. Two things to try.1. Could be corrupt account. Try creating a new one...http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/5261/beginner-geek-add-a-new-user-account-in-windows-7/Setup your mining stuff on the new user and try again. You do not need to create a new wallet (dogecoin-qt etc) just the cgminer stuff.2.Otherwise are you using any antivirus? I know my wife had issues with games crashing the video driver with Bitdefender. I wiped it and replaced it with the MSE (http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/security/pc-security/mse.aspx) and never had a problem since.
Ok so... Not- Antivirus- Registry corruption- Driver- Hardware, was working fine before?Are you sure the pool you are connecting to is actually up? I know if I type in the URL wrong sometime it just sits there for ages doing nothing. Worth a shot just double checking. Maybe check the pool website?Sorry I am running out of ideas
yes hardware was working fine before, and ive tried changing to diff mining pools (my main and what im trying to use is dogepool.net) I'm still thinking its some form of driver issue given everything worked fine until i downgraded and changing drivers since has given me different results (from it just crashing to the new current issue of it hanging) but i dont know what to do anymore
You might have a problem with the OpenCL driver's registry entry. Try something that wipes unneeded registry entry. CCleaner is one that I can think of and should be safe.Restart after cleaning the registry
go into a command prompt and ping the address of the pool server.... this will give you its IP address... use that instead of the DNS address in your batch file to connect,...worked for me...(I think some people are trying to DDNS attack other pools for advantages)
I read back through your old posts just to refresh myself on what happened. I would try what the 2 above have suggested, cant hurt. But with the errors you were getting from the driver installs it almost sounds like the windows installer is messed up. I recall trying to fix this a long time back and it ended up being much easier just to reinstall windows.I am not saying do it unless you are comfortable with doing so. But it would rule out everything but hardware.If you do do it make sure to back up the wallet.dat from the dogecoin folder.
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