If your mining client is not able to run, you will see the following error message in your msOS console.
Unable to start mining. Possible reasons:
Mining client won't be able to start if it has invalid configuration. The most common mistakes are:
You will need to double check your configuration and make sure it is correct. If you aren't familiar with advanced configuration, you can try using a simple config editor that will automatically generate config for you for selected coin, pool, wallet, and password.
Mining client can also crash if you are using too intense overclocking values or if you aren't using any overclocking values. Both can affect mining negatively, depending on the setup.
You can check if your hardware is supported here. Also make sure you aren't trying to mine a coin that isn't supported for your hardware. The most common mistakes are:
If you might need to update drivers you can follow this guide.
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