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When I started mining I thought everything was good, till I opened the console and saw an horrible message, I was not sure in what was but I found on internet the reason behind the problems, it was usually related to the drivers of your video cards or GPU, here I share with you the solutions that I found hope you like them:

Find the archive “phatk.Cl” and change the following lines:

Located line 30 of the file

39 #ifdef BFI INT

40 #define ch(x, y, z) amd bytealign(x, y, z)

41 #else

42 #define ch(x, y, z) bitselect(z, y, x)

43 #endif

Remove that code and replace it by :

Code:

#define ch(x, y, z) bitselect(z, y, x)

However if this not help then you will need to do something much more complex that will require you to downgrade your drivers and probably you will not be able to play some newer games, here are the details.Bitcoin currency exchange rate

1. In control panel -> programs and features, uninstall all AMD APP SDK/ATI stream SDK items

2. In control panel -> programs and features, use the ATI catalyst install manager and pick uninstall ALL ATI software.

3. Reboot into safe mode (beat on F8 when the computer restarts), and remove these files manually:

• in \program files \program files (x86): ATI, AMD APP, and ATI technologies directories,

• \AMD and \ATI directories

4. In \windows\system32 and \windows\syswow64, delete these driver files left behind (they will all have the same date):

Amdocl.Dll

Opencl.Dll

Amdpcom32.Dll

Atimpc32.Dll

Atiu9pag.Dll

Atiuxpag.Dll

Atigktxx.Dll

Atiglpxx.Dll

Atiadlxx.Dll

Atiumdva.Cap

Atiumdva.Dll

Aticaldd.Dll

Atiumdag.Dll

Atiumdmv.Dll

Aticalcl.Dll

Aticalrt.Dll

Atioglxx.Dll

Atidxx32.Dll

Ati2edxx.Dll

Atimuixx.Dll

Atipdlxx.Dll

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Atitmmxx.Dll

Atiesrxx.Exe

Atieclxx.Exe

ATIDEMGX.Dll

Aticfx32.Dll

Atiapfxx.Exe

Atiapfxx.Blb

5. In \windows\inf, open each oem??.Inf files with notepad, any that are clearly for ATI display, delete the inf and corresponding PNF files.

6. In administrative tools-> services, find any AMD/ATI services and set the startup type to manual. (I won’t detail how to remove services now).

7. Restart, when windows prompts you to install video card drivers, cancel the wizards that come up.

8. Download and install the correct 11.6 driver from here: http://www2.Ati.Com/drivers/11-6 vista64 win7 64 dd ccc ocl.Exe

9. If it still quickly aborts, launch control panel -> system -> device manager. Identify the entries for your video cards (likely with an exclamation point icon). Double click on the item, on the driver tab, choose update driver or install driver, choose browse my computer for driver software, and direct the installer to C:\ATI\support\11-6 vista64 win7 64 dd ccc ocl\packages\drivers\display\W76A INF

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10. If you manually installed drivers for all video cards, use windows explorer and browse to C:\ATI\support\11-6 vista64 win7 64 dd ccc ocl\packages\apps\opencl64, and run opencl.Msi

11. Restart

When I started mining I thought everything was good, till I opened the console and saw an horrible message, I was not sure in what was but I found on internet the reason behind the problems, it was usually related to the drivers of your video cards or GPU, here I share with you the solutions that I found hope you like them:

Find the archive “phatk.Cl” and change the following lines:

Located line 30 of the file

39 #ifdef BFI INT

40 #define ch(x, y, z) amd bytealign(x, y, z)

41 #else

42 #define ch(x, y, z) bitselect(z, y, x)

43 #endif

Remove that code and replace it by :

Code:

#define ch(x, y, z) bitselect(z, y, x)

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However if this not help then you will need to do something much more complex that will require you to downgrade your drivers and probably you will not be able to play some newer games, here are the details.

1. In control panel -> programs and features, uninstall all AMD APP SDK/ATI stream SDK items

2. In control panel -> programs and features, use the ATI catalyst install manager and pick uninstall ALL ATI software.

3. Reboot into safe mode (beat on F8 when the computer restarts), and remove these files manually:

• in \program files \program files (x86): ATI, AMD APP, and ATI technologies directories,

• \AMD and \ATI directories

4. In \windows\system32 and \windows\syswow64, delete these driver files left behind (they will all have the same date):

Amdocl.Dll

Opencl.Dll

Amdpcom32.Dll

Atimpc32.Dll

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Atiu9pag.Dll

Atiuxpag.Dll

Atigktxx.Dll

Atiglpxx.Dll

Atiadlxx.Dll

Atiumdva.Cap

Atiumdva.Dll

Aticaldd.Dll

Atiumdag.Dll

Atiumdmv.Dll

Aticalcl.Dll

Aticalrt.Dll

Atioglxx.Dll

Atidxx32.Dll

Ati2edxx.Dll

Atimuixx.Dll

Atipdlxx.Dll

Atitmmxx.Dll

Atiesrxx.Exe

Atieclxx.Exe

ATIDEMGX.Dll

Aticfx32.Dll

Atiapfxx.Exe

Atiapfxx.Blb

5. In \windows\inf, open each oem??.Inf files with notepad, any that are clearly for ATI display, delete the inf and corresponding PNF files.

6. In administrative tools-> services, find any AMD/ATI services and set the startup type to manual. (I won’t detail how to remove services now).

7. Restart, when windows prompts you to install video card drivers, cancel the wizards that come up.

8. Download and install the correct 11.6 driver from here: http://www2.Ati.Com/drivers/11-6 vista64 win7 64 dd ccc ocl.Exe

9.Bitcoin currency exchange rate if it still quickly aborts, launch control panel -> system -> device manager. Identify the entries for your video cards (likely with an exclamation point icon). Double click on the item, on the driver tab, choose update driver or install driver, choose browse my computer for driver software, and direct the installer to C:\ATI\support\11-6 vista64 win7 64 dd ccc ocl\packages\drivers\display\W76A INF

10. If you manually installed drivers for all video cards, use windows explorer and browse to C:\ATI\support\11-6 vista64 win7 64 dd ccc ocl\packages\apps\opencl64, and run opencl.Msi

11. Restart