I tried to send some coins from a V2 wallet …the coins didn’t arrive and I discovered it was not possible with the v2 wallet.
Initial transactions were done on laptop then i moved over to desktop for troubleshooting not realising having same wallet on two pc’s can cause problems.
I have since done a wallet reboot and a walletzap run …coins apear back in my wallet and the bad transactions have been cleared in tx list but i am unable to spend
You’re making it hard for me by not answering the questions fully.
When troubleshooting, you check the possible issues and solutions one by one. You check and verify solution 1, if that didn’t help, you proceed to solution 2. And so on…
For example, I asked if you did -rescan AND -zapwallettxes. Only received back that you did -rescan. I can’t continue, because I need to know if you did -zapwallettxes=1…
The other thing is, I will contact the devs if we can’t find a solution together. In that case, it helps to know what you are experiencing (reason I ask so many questions) and which steps ypu already took… If basic troubleshooting is done right, it saves time later…
Make sure to backup.
Please do a -reindex, then -rescan, followed by a -zapwallettxes=1` (so, do all three of them).
No need to move to another computer. Make sure your internet connection is stable, and only run the wallet at one device at a time.
And then let me know of you still have issues spending your RDDs. In that case, I’ll contact the Reddcoin developers.
Reddcoin Core installs in the ‘Program Files’ or ‘Program Files (x86)’ folder by default.
I assume your Reddcoin Core install folder is C:\Program Files\Reddcoin Core.
That folder should have a reddcoin-qt.exe file.
Please check if you can find the folder/file.
Open the folder of where reddcoin-qt.exe is in.
Right click on the .exe file and select ‘create shortcut’.
There should be a new file on the folder, the shortcut. Right click on the shortcut and select ‘Properties’.
In the properties screen, there is a ‘Target’ field. It should point to the location of the reddcoin-qt. The value is between " " → add a space and -rescan behind it. So it will look something like this: "C:\...\...\reddcoin-qt.exe" -rescan
Above example is for -rescan. Repeat the same steps for -reindex and -zapwallettxes=1.
The end result should be:
1 shortcut with -rescan ==> "C:\...\...\reddcoin-qt.exe" -rescan
1 shortcut with -reindex ==> "C:\...\...\reddcoin-qt.exe" -reindex
1 shortcut with -zapwallettxes=1 ==> "C:\...\...\reddcoin-qt.exe" -zapwallettxes=1
After this, you can use the shortcuts as I mentioned in my earlier posts.