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Nicehash odd behavior

hat

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So, I recently updated Nicehash Legacy to 3.0.0.3. All was well, until the program... just suddenly stopped working. It disappeared from my taskbar/system tray, and I couldn't find it in task manager. MSI Afterburner also reports my video cards as idle. I can't even restart the program either, clicking it does nothing. So, I deleted it and updated to 3.0.0.4 instead, which evidently came out right around the time I updated to 3.0.0.3. It does the same thing. It ran for a little bit until disappearing and I'm unable to restart it. I had no issues with previous versions, and I'm only using Windows Defender and I did remember to set an exclusion for the Nicehash folder both times, so I don't think the AV is interfering.

-ed looks like I'm not the only one with the issue, seems oddly similar to mine:
 

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Same here, and if I use Nicehash Miner 3.0.0.3 or 3.0.0.4 installer it won't work, only the zip one is working but just for one time. If I close the program or if I restart my computer I can't make it work again. So I just use 1.9.2.22 version for the moment.
 

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Iv not used it but is it a console application? If so have you tried calling it via cmd to see if it gives any output? It might die but CMD won’t. Maybe it yells something before it dies. This is a nifty way to start debugging a lot of things
 
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Memory 2x4GB DDR3 1866 :: 2x1GB DDR3 1333
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Storage Plextor M5s 128GB, WDC Black 500GB :: Mushkin Enhanced 60GB SSD, WD RE3 1TB
Display(s) Acer P216HL HDMI :: None
Case Antec SOHO 1030B :: Old White Full Tower
Audio Device(s) Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Pro - iLive IT153B Soundbar (optical) :: None
Power Supply FSP Hydro GE 550w :: something
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Looks like a good place to start debugging, but like Cupidon I've already rolled back to the last version that actually works, so... :/
 
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