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This device's local mem size is too small. - kokujin69 - 09-26-2017

Hello guys,
This my first time using hashcat, and i think i have a little problem over here...

Here is some informations/screenshots that can explain more :

Error message : (Click to view)
hashcat version :  v3.6.0 (Click to view)
My laptop specs Driver : (Click to view) / more info's : (Click to view)
Operating system : Windows
Hash type : WPA/WPA2
Attack mode : Brute-force

Thank you so much in advance!


RE: This device's local mem size is too small. - Lars - 09-26-2017

Use this http://registrationcenter-download.intel.com/akdlm/irc_nas/9022/opencl_runtime_16.1.1_x64_setup.msi and it will work.


RE: This device's local mem size is too small. - kokujin69 - 09-27-2017

(09-26-2017, 11:53 PM)Lars Wrote: Use this http://registrationcenter-download.intel.com/akdlm/irc_nas/9022/opencl_runtime_16.1.1_x64_setup.msi and it will work.
Hello sir, thank you for replying,
I did what you told me, it didn't work with the latest version (v3.6.0) of hashcat, so i tried an older version (v3.0.0).
Now i have another problem, the GPU is being skipped and i want to brute-force using GPU cause it's a lot faster, here is some screenshots : 
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RE: This device's local mem size is too small. - epixoip - 09-27-2017

Your GPU is way too old.


RE: This device's local mem size is too small. - kokujin69 - 09-27-2017

(09-27-2017, 06:36 PM)epixoip Wrote: Your GPU is way too old.

So there is no way to brute-force using my GPU? should i try Pyrit ?

Let's say i want to use CPU instead, how can i speed up the cracking process of a WPA password of length 8 containing only characters in the set {a-z, A-Z, 0-9}, i have 10 years as remaining time.

Edit: I don't want to use dictionary attack, because it's a waste of time against a customized password.