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How can i do what you suggested?

Well, it's possible that they have echo turned off to avoid manual DDOS attacks or as a final (useless I might add) layer of security, but you can just type 'ping server.ypool.net' (I don't know the actual host name so I just put that as a placeholder... use whatever the actual server name or better yet IP address is).

Alternately you can get the IP address directly (and check your DNS pointer for it) using 'nslookup server.ypool.net' - which will tell you the authoritative server's response to the DNS query.

Either of those are simply typed into terminal/CMD and they should give you (in the first case) the time it takes packets to get to that server from you, and the IP address of the server (in both cases). As well as notify you if packets are dying somewhere in between.

If you get some, but not all, dead packets via ping... you can do a 'tracert server.ypool.net' which runs a trace route to the server and will tell you which router or device is dropping those packets (provided that there is something at the destination). Even if their server is down it should trace to the last known location for it and notify you of dropped packets on the way there - it just won't ever complete a route because there isn't anything to respond to the query.
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I don't think it's Ypool that's the issue. I am new to mining and i haven't mined once. So it must be a error on my part.
Also is it normal for Malware bytes to say that mining related softwares and files are viruses?

I got Trojan and some other stuff up when i scaned in Safemode and it was in the Mining folder with GUIMiner etc.
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You will not come close to 1 LTC/day with 850 Khash, you are looking at more like .25 LTC/day or around 180USD/Mth

Yeah looks about right
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I have 3.6mhs and get a little over 1 ltc a day so 850khs will take you 3+ days
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I have 3.6mhs and get a little over 1 ltc a day so 850khs will take you 3+ days

Check out mining DOGE and then converting them to LTC or BTC. For me I can earn another $15 a day doing that if I actually converted my DOGE.
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Check out mining DOGE and then converting them to LTC or BTC. For me I can earn another $15 a day doing that if I actually converted my DOGE.

I wonder if I should keep holding my DOGE because it's now plummeted below 0.00000050 and seems less likely to reach my target.
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I wonder if I should keep holding my DOGE because it's now plummeted below 0.00000050 and seems less likely to reach my target.

Doge has been hanging around .00000047 for a few days now. I think I will gamble and hold on to it for the long haul. Although I may sell a few since I'm close to about 2 million now.
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I wonder if I should keep holding my DOGE because it's now plummeted below 0.00000050 and seems less likely to reach my target.

I do not follow DOGE coin so I will not claim to know what it's about or what it will do, but I do follow the BTC-e market and have watched two other ALT coins rally in the last 48 hours and double in worth from $4 to $8.. so there is potential in some of these ALT coins to make a huge leap forward even its only a pump and dump...

Then again those ALT coins were previously that value prior to the crash but took longer to recover..

Try holding on to it a bit longer... the short game on these coins are so hard because the market is NUTS
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Coins-E has Doge for 0.00000069. Has their market not updated?
    
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Im holding doge for a few months at least. Then, to the moon!

But I have switched back to FTC, I have enough Doge to make me happy for now.
    
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