EWBF's Zcash CUDA miner. 0.3.4b - ERROR: Cannot load nvml

I’m using nVidia’s gf 930mx, and configured the Bat file properly to the pool I selected… but every time I launch the bat I get ERROR: Cannot load nvml. I checked my repository and the dll is there, my antivirus and security are configured to ignore the location of the folder containing the miner. I’m stuck, I cant figure out whats going on to get it to working. Has anyone else experienced this or knows whats happening?

Does your bat file looks like this?
miner --server eu1.zpool.guru --user t1TaL45xfCaiTcqVgU93RLzxEEdHjtx7u7.worker --pass x --port 3333 --templimit 90

These are all the files with in my folder and everything runs smoothly

Kind of, aside from renaming the bat file to reflect the pools name… I notice the dash characters are different on yours though…
miner –server us-east.pool.gold –user GWDEAGJiyJYUkfEdrvrhNbwzbAdzs5KQK5.MyWorker1 –pass x –port 3044

– try using it instead
Noticed you are mining BTG xD the fever is crazy!

| EWBF’s Zcash CUDA miner. 0.3.4b |
ERROR: Cannot load nvml.

Hey after a closer look, i copy/pasted your version into notepad++ and you seem to be using a different dash, use double minus

I found this related to nvml error

Anyway, I believe this particular error is related to connection between riser and the GPU it self. It might be faulty riser or simply not good connection. It could be triggered if you play with the GPU while working (slightly push it left right - definitely not recommended :slight_smile:
Reattach all of your riser/GPU connections. Sometimes switching GPU places might help as well. Reboot. It may never repeat again. At least this is my impression for this error. @mares992 Your old cards might be just OK.

Is related to fan speed, if that make sense to you. good luck mate.

Yup! Thanks for the consideration, I’m just using a laptop for now considering it should be easier now than later, Rigs are gnarly on power, and in my country households are equipped with smart meters so the electrical supplier can look for signs of grow-ops. I will keep on trying to figure it out… could be just a setting I’m not aware of yet.

Have you consider one of those gpu card plugins for laptops?

Not a bad idea, no I haven’t. Thanks