I’ve been playing around with the G-Blade gridseed. No, I’m not doing any voltmoding or anything like that. Just use cgminer miner version 3.7.2 and use the freq variation to test out the speed and stability of the g-blade.
The best cgminer parameters or settings works best so far is this one below http://pastebin.com/mQDsn8B6
cgminer.exe –scrypt -o stratum+tcp://usa.wemineltc.com:3336 -u YOURUSER -p YOURPASS –gridseed-options=baud=230400 –gridseed-options per_chip_stats=1, freq=838,chips=40 –hotplug 5
If all fail. You can go back to using the default cgminer settings. Which are pretty easy. Just open up your command prompt by going to start and type in cmd. Dos should open up, now cd to the directory of your cgminer 3.7.2, and type in cgminer. From there just entering in your pool and user name. Or you can still create a .bat file with it.
cgminer.exe –scrypt -o stratum+tcp://stratum.scryptguild.com:3333 -u workername -p workerpassw
That’s it, just start it, everything should be back to default. If your cgminer don’t detect the price. Just unplug both USD, unplug both power, then plug power back in first, then run cgminer without the usb plug in yet. Once cgminer started, plug in your usb one by one. Cgminer should detect it. If it doesn’t then reinstall your usb driver use zadig.