I downloaded the Windows wallet package and followed the readme instructions (Win7 Ultimate 64bit), but the browser window remained blank. Note: I changed the install directory at the provided install prompt. I’ve been reading through the two threads on BitcoinTalk and near the end of the second, someone reported a problem that sounds the same. The instruction for repair apparently involved creating a file “neoscoin.conf” with the following contents:
… and placing it in the target install directory. So I prepared the above file and placed it in the install directory, but I’ve no idea what the password was! I tried the run-setup file again, but its window closes immediately. I tried the run-neos file and it fired up my already installed wallet and opened a command window, saying it’s listening, but there’s no password to be seen. I opened up the browser window again (http://127.0.0.1:18000), but this time was told it couldn’t open the target, previous time it was an empty black screen.
I’m currently mining on two pools and need to transfer coins from them, but I’ve no idea whether my wallet will work correctly given my having selected a different install directory (it did download the blockchain during install) and my being unable to complete the .conf file. I did try searching my drives for a copy of neoscoin.conf with the hope of getting the password from it, but only my new one was found. Basically I need help making sure my wallet is installed properly and there’s no risk to my mined coins.
I’m used to fooling with PC’s, I just need to know what to do! If I need to back the whole thing out and start again, then I’ll do that (given appropriate instructions on how to back it out – hidden files or whatever)
In short – PLEASE HELP!
PS. I cannot use the default C: install location, there is insufficient disc space for a growing blockchain. I must use D: