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From your description, I don’t yet know exactly which steps you performed, so I will ask a few questions to try and clear up the picture.
- What do you mean by “on the old one” ?
- “I tried then to import the old wallet and dump it”. How did you import the old wallet into what?
Let’s see if we can’t help you
the old installation of blockmarket, i installed the latest version over it, but before i saved the blockmarket folder.
following the guide for the dump and the import exactly
the point now is that given the datas i have we have to see it i can recover my syscoin, i have the old dat, the password for blockmarket and the pubblik key
Did you check for the things asked in the first error message?
That the wallet is unlocked and that it can write to the chosen location?
I haven’t seen the second one before. So you got the second error first, and then afterwards the first error? Both with the original blockmarket installation, which still shows your balance correctly?
And after you installed the lastest version of blockmarket, it’s using the same “SyscoinCore” data directory with the same content, but it’s not asking you for a password when trying to dump the private keys?
Then i reinstalled blockmarket (and i saved the blockmarket folder to be safe).
No syscoin appeared.
Then i put in blockmarket the old dat backup file, no syscoin appeared but i dumped the wallet following the guide. I then impprted it corrrectly in the new syscoin wallet but no syscoin appear. I hope to be clear this time!
Thanks, that is very helpful
Did the new blockmarket installation ask you for the password you used in the old one, when creating the dumpfile? If so, the dump made should be that of the keys in the old
wallet.dat. If not, the replacement didn’t work for some reason and you dumped the keys in the newly created
it didn’t ask my password
can i give you my wallet dat and see if you can recover it? (in private obviously)
Let’s try and fix the problem without exposing your private keys first
In what folder did you copy your old
wallet.dat to replace the new one?
I listed the data directory locations in The Syscoin data directory
you mean to replace in blockmarket? i did import wallet menu
Hm, no idea what that does. I suggest you close blockmarket, copy your
wallet.dat into the Syscoin data directory as per the link in my last reply…You want the Syscoin 3 version… and then start blockmarket again and try to dump the private keys again. If it asks you for the password, that worked.
can you please link syscoin 3?
Blockmarket is a Syscoin3 client
I mean this:
Note : The Library directory is hidden by default, you can quickly access this directory by opening Finder
CMD + Shift + G
i know, i meant if you can give me the download link
To Syscoin-Qt 3?
I’m not sure if the data directories are compatible between Blockmarket and Qt. I never could run Blockmarket on my Linux system
now when i open syscoin 3 it tells me wallet is corrupted, i put the wallet i backupped from blockmarket, as i told you
yes. I’d try with the blockmarket that worked before…not sure why you wanted to avoid that.
what do i want to avoid??