Hello, I've been in communication with a user who was happy to finally released the instructions to produce your own multi-gpu. This is currently the only SAFE way to run multi-gpu as you can be sure nothing bad has been added.
First create the following file (use notepad or similar)
and call it fix_ming_gpu.1337
Download the following debugger: https://x64dbg.com
Use the x32 version when you have downloaded it.
Open ming_run.exe in x32dbg
Patch the file :
File -> Patch file... -> Import -> fix_ming_gpu.1337
0|00001497:00->01 -> this port 10240 to walton_gpu.exe
(sample code assembler: "push 0x2800" need to +1 "push 0x2801" 0x2801 this HEX value)
1|00001592:5D->5E -> this port 12125 to walton_gpu.exe
(sample code assembler: "push 0x2F5D" need to +1 "push 0x2F5E" 0x2F5E this HEX value)
2|00002908:00->01 -> this number to use gpu
(sample code assembler: "push 0x00" need to +1 "push 0x01" 0x01 this HEX value)
0x00 - use #1 gpu
0x01 - use #2 gpu and etc.....
I have not yet had the time to try this, but trust the source that it will work. Please use this thread to discuss and if anyone would like to produce a more fully comprehensive set of instructucions please do.
Again a big thank-you to the Anon!
Ok so many are having issues with the ming_run.exe guide.
It is still important but maybe wasn't clear that it is only part of the solution.
You need to also use the methods from the CPU+GPU howto
to produce your folder structure and amend your port numbers and file namings so multiple instances of walton.exe can run.
Another user has given me his Auto-it scripts to complete this portion for you.
All the code can be opened and checked, and you only need to download files from
and the AutoIt scripts provided
I have placed the README in pastebin please read
So create your selection of folders, with modified walton.exe ports, and then add your manually modified ming_run.exe's using the inscructions from [[Multi-GPU]: Ming_run.exe edit instructions (FREE)
I would hope to see the community come together and help each other as much as possible with this.
I hope this helps.
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