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Cudaminer error- crash on auto-tune

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Basically when I run the bat, it crashes once it get's to the autotuning part. I'm using coinotron. Anyone know what's going on? 

 

 

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did you tried running it as admin?


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try updating drivers


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place this tag in! --no-autotune


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I'm not sure about Cuda-miner, but it's a common issue with CGminer.  It should be creating a .bin, delete it then try to launch it again. Repeat and eventually it should work and create a valid .bin file.

 

You could also try to manually adjust settings.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm not sure about Cuda-miner, but it's a common issue with CGminer.  It should be creating a .bin, delete it then try to launch it again. Repeat and eventually it should work and create a valid .bin file.

 

You could also try to manually adjust settings.

I just skipped autotune. It worked.


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I just skipped autotune. It worked.

 

That's good, you can now begin manually adjusting settings to get the best hash rate on your GPU. You can check others settings here https://litecoin.info/Mining_Hardware_Comparison


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You don't even know how much I want to hug you right now.

 

no problem bud :)


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