Thanx a lot guys uve been very helpful about the issue. id like to also know whats going to happen if my hard drive seizes up? will i be able to pick up from were i left off with a new one or is there unretrievable files i should know about and how can i back them up?
I have 50 GB on my PC (which I mining with while PC is switched on) and 400 GB on my server (which is active 24/7). 450 GB in total, it gives 20 BURST average per day.
If you eject the plotted drive, then mining process will give error and stop I guess.
I have the same problem but someone just helped me with the solution which i applied and it works.
Delete every smaller files in your plot folder and leave the one that have the biggest size. These are your unfinished plots from the past. You can find them in X:\Burst\plots\ folder.
@toshi558 If you have clicked change reward assignment once, and keep mining on that same pool forever, you do not need to click change reward assignment again. But, as soon as you want to try a different pool, you need to click it again.
in you case less free space would indicate that you have plotted successful, yes.
if you compare burst to lottery ... the more space you mine (bigger plots) is like buy more lottery lottery coupons.
so click on that 'Plot this drive', configure your plotsize and start plotting ... do not close the plotting window, until it is finished.