Ufasoft Miner mining-application – a solution for advanced

Error 80190193

Trying to get this bitcoin thing going...
\guiminer\miners\ufasoft\bitcoin-miner.exe -u myusername -p RPC_mypassword -o http://mtred.com:8337 -a 60 -t 4
Listener for "cpu" started
Listener for "cpu": bitcoin-miner 0.13 Copyright (c) 2011 Ufasoft http://ufasoft.com/open/bitcoin
Listener for "cpu": Mining for http://mtred.com:8337
Listener for "cpu": 4 threads Using SSE2
Listener for "cpu": Error 80190193
Any ideas?
Edit: Thanks for the responses guys. I guess I was looking to test the waters more than anything but for now I will hold off.
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Hey Reddit, my computer has a bitcoin mining virus. Supposedly my virus scan found and removed it, but the miner still opens when I boot up my computer. What do I do?

I figure if anyone can help me figure this stuff out, it's Reddit. Also, pardon my complete ignorance of how computers work.
So I boot up my computer this morning and all of a sudden a little window pops open that appears to be something called Ufasoft bitcoin miner. I didn't put this on my computer, so I immediately called fishy business and did some digging around on the internet. Turns out it's a virus (as I predicted) and my virus scanner (SuperAntiSpyware if it matters) finds it and removes it.
But it still opens when I boot up my computer, and didn't show up when I ran my virus scan again.
Can anyone help me?
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Anyone buy Ufasoft Coin from taobao? /r/Bitcoin

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Ufasoft Multi-currency bitcoin client

Ufasoft Multi-currency bitcoin client submitted by tuxcoin to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining help Ufasoft and Mtred

I dowloaded ufasoft cpu miner I have a account on mtred I have a wallet On the mtred configure site the provide the following string
bitcoin-miner.exe -a 60 -t # -o http://mtred.com:8337/ -u USERNAME -p RPC_PASSWORD
I have a username and password, I just don't know where to input this string on Ufasoft to get it to work with my mtred account.
HELP! I have an AMD E-350 prosseser 160 Ghz. I want to be able to mine at night while I sleep.
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Today on my call-center job, I've found out that my 700 computers where I set "1 btc to usd" as home page finally showing the Google converting Bitcoins to USD!

Can't describe my feelings! I kept these strings in my browsers since January of 2011, and finally at Google they paid attention on the quantity of requests (700+ computers on my job were had my homepage with Google search request "1 btc to usd"), even though they are coming from Russia ;)
Enjoy it: https://www.google.com/search?site=&source=hp&q=1+btc+to+usd&oq=1+&gs_l=hp.1.0.35i39l2j0i20l2j0l6.1876.3049.0.5542.3.3.0.0.0.0.1581.2551.2-1j6-1j0j1.3.0....0...1c.1.49.hp..1.2.963.0.hWzx99jIhDo :)
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Old CPU miners...

So, I've convinced myself that I possibly have thousands of dollars laying around in BTC from the early CPU miner BTC days. I know I was mining back in those days but stopped...
If I recall correctly, I had a mining software that started with a "U", but can't for the life of me remember the name.
Question. Does anyone recall what the mining software was called... and were the wallets still wallet.dat back then?
Edit: Made it through getting 1/3 of the systems functioning again... Unfortunately, no hits on searches for "bitcoin", "ufasoft", nor "wallet"... I'm calling it a night. Tomorrow is a busy days, but ill try to get to the other systems tomorrow if possible.
Edit2: Made it through the rest of the computers that were my possible hosts of lost fortunes... Just as above, no hits on searches for any key words. The forum post that coinvesting linked was good information. I started running a Hex search using WinHex as suggested on the most likely of the bunch. I was talking with the wife about the possible lost fortunes and then all the sudden I then had a sudden realization and sinking feeling in my gut... I remember RMA-ing a bad drive from one of the most likely systems in late '09, early 2010... It's like that feeling of knowing you had a winning lottery ticket, but lost it. Horrible, horrible feeling.
Thanks everyone for the help, but I believe that any hope of finding my lost coins are just a pipe dream now...
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Multi Currency Wallet

I have three wallets saved on my computer and im wondering if there is a hosted or online wallet that is able to hold BTC, LTC and NMC because this would make it alot easier for many people. Im thinking online because of the space on my computer is limited and the currency files keep growing BTC=15GB LTC=1.5GB etc
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Best software for mining on Mac OSX?

I have a Mac Pro with 4 dual-core Xeon processors and a Radeon 4870 running OS X. I'd like to keep it busy mining using both the Xeon processors and the 4870 GPU. I understand that using the CPUs to mine is inefficient, I just think it's cool and want to play with it for a while.
What's my best bet for mining software (and pool?) to get the most bitcoins out of this setup while running OSX?
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The block size debate is over.

Stop bitching about the debate, the debate of the debate, or rehashing old crap. We have our choices Core or XT. While block increase is not yet in Xt it will come on that fork in some fashion.
Simpy update your software to the one you want.
So the next time some one posts about the freaking blocksize, just provide the link to the one they want so they can vote for the fork they want, or provide them a link to amazon python for dummies so they can write their own fork.
I have put the debate to rest. You are welcome
XT
Core
Neither
Other Choices:
BTCD
BitcoinJ
Ufasoft
Caesure
NBitcoin
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Private local pool with twelve ~10 year old computers (x-post from Bitcoin)

So, a quick background. I work for an after school non-profit. I'm the network administratotech person/miracle workeetc. I maintain the "network" and all of it's computers.
Since it's a non-profit and I'm still in school, I'm ridiculously underpaid, but it's a good company and they're flexible. However, I've had this recent idea to try making the industry minimum by using all of these "computer lab" PCs for bitcoin mining.
All of them (with the exception of two in the library) are about 5 to 10 years old. I have room for about 17 computers in this lab (possibly 20) and due to some law of the universe where elementary, middle school, and high school age kids somehow manage to break computers just by being near them, I have about 12 working. When I first got the job, most/all of them were full of malware and spyware, some running unlicensed copies of XP Pro so I have Ubuntu 10.04 on them. I'll be in the process of upgrading them over this week and next week.
The majority of the computers are these donated HP desktops that are dual-core P4s @ 2.5 GHz. The video cards are GeForce MX 440s (8x AGP). About four are Dell Optiplexes: single core P4s at 2.5 GHz with ATI Rage 128 Pros. The two library computers have integrated Intel GPUs and Pentium dual-core E200s.
Since I doubt I can do GPU mining, I was thinking about CPU mining. One core throughout the day from 11am - 8pm and from 8pm to 11am, these computers are working as hard as they can. I can write a few scripts and set up cron to do this for me. I was reading up on MMP (Multiminer Protocol) and have a computer in the "office" I can use as a server, then all the computers could run ufasoft and talk to the MMP server via JSON RPC unless there's a CPU miner that speaks MMP.
Has anyone done anything like this before? Does anyone have any advice? Is there a better way to do this? I spent most of yesterday reading up on bitcoin, bitcoin mining, etc. Still learning so if something I said doesn't add up, that's why.
P.S. Posting this year since I haven't gotten any attention from /Bitcoin.
tl;dr: what's the best way to set up a private pool of 12 average-end desktops in a LAN for cpu mining?
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.vbs file question

So Ive been looking into the VBscript file and I was wondering if there was anyway to turn it into a bitcoin miner for Ufasoft's SSE2 bitcoin miner. What would be the script I need to open the miner? Thanks and ask any question if your confused.
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Anyone have a way to have mining start automatically when my computer isn't in use and stop when it is?

I'm sure many of you have heard of BOINC, a program used for distributed computing. One of my favorite features is that it lets me have computing pause when my computer is in use, or even let it run while its in use, but not when specific programs are running.
Is there any way to have my bitcoin mining work the same way? Right now, I'm using Guiminer with poclbm and the ufasoft CPU miner. I'm only running a GeForce 460 and I have a combined hashrate of a mere 75-80 MH/s. Now I know you'd all say that this isn't worth it, and I won't generate enough coins to offset the cost of electricity, but my electricity is free, so I don't care. Its free money, as far as I'm concerned.
But since I don't plan on buying hardware only for mining, and I like to actually USE my computer sometimes, I have to shut off the GPU mining or else I can't play games and sometimes even Windows will suddenly slow to a crawl. So I stop mining while I'm using it, but then forget to start it again when I go to bed, class, or work.
Just looking for a way to have mining automatically start/stop based on whether or not my computer is in use.
EDIT: I just discovered the -f 60 flag for poclbm to reduce lag in Windows. Now I can continue to mine while I'm using the computer. I just gotta find a way to have mining stop automatically when playing games and resume when I stop.
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New miner here. Need some help with RPCMiner and CUDA.

So here goes... I went and set up a new PC because I happened to win a GTX Titan in a lucky draw back in February. There were some issues with the motherboard that I bought and the rig was out of action for about a month. Now that everything is up and running I decided to do a spot of bitcoin mining to test out the system and to make sure everything runs fine.
I downloaded GUIMiner and fiddled around with it a bit, then I downloaded RPCMiner as well as Ufasoft. Ufasoft's CPU and GPU mining programs work fine but they don't do CUDA. Thus, I tried to get the CUDA RPCMiner to work but I ran into some problems:
C:\guiminer\miners\RPCMiner>rpcminer-cuda.exe -url=http://api2.bitcoin.cz:8332 -user=herp -password=derp -threads=1 -aggression=12 -gpu=0
Client will start 1 miner threads
Work will be refreshed every 4000 ms
1 CUDA GPU devices found
Setting CUDA device to device 0
Loading module bitcoinminercuda_11.cubin
Unable to load CUDA module
I've tried googling, it seems that people have this problem but nobody has posted any solutions. Can anyone here help? Much thanks in advance.
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Private local pool with twelve ~10 year old computers

So, a quick background. I work for an after school non-profit. I'm the network administratotech person/miracle workeetc. I maintain the "network" and all of it's computers.
Since it's a non-profit and I'm still in school, I'm ridiculously underpaid, but it's a good company and they're flexible. However, I've had this recent idea to try making the industry minimum by using all of these "computer lab" PCs for bitcoin mining.
All of them (with the exception of two in the library) are about 5 to 10 years old. I have room for about 17 computers in this lab (possibly 20) and due to some law of the universe where elementary, middle school, and high school age kids somehow manage to break computers just by being near them, I have about 12 working. When I first got the job, most/all of them were full of malware and spyware, some running unlicensed copies of XP Pro so I have Ubuntu 10.04 on them. I'll be in the process of upgrading them over this week and next week.
The majority of the computers are these donated HP desktops that are dual-core P4s @ 2.5 GHz. The video cards are GeForce MX 440s (8x AGP). About four are Dell Optiplexes: single core P4s at 2.5 GHz with ATI Rage 128 Pros. The two library computers have integrated Intel GPUs and Pentium dual-core E200s.
Since I doubt I can do GPU mining, I was thinking about CPU mining. One core throughout the day from 11am - 8pm and from 8pm to 11am, these computers are working as hard as they can. I can write a few scripts and set up cron to do this for me. I was reading up on MMP (Multiminer Protocol) and have a computer in the "office" I can use as a server, then all the computers could run ufasoft and talk to the MMP server via JSON RPC unless there's a CPU miner that speaks MMP.
Has anyone done anything like this before? Does anyone have any advice? Is there a better way to do this? I spent most of yesterday reading up on bitcoin, bitcoin mining, etc. Still learning so if something I said doesn't add up, that's why.
tl;dr: what's the best way to set up a private pool of 12 average-end desktops in a LAN for cpu mining?
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