[quote=“maxl, post:7, topic:899”]I have it tried on my pc now. But i only secured my wallet.dat then deinstalled ppcoin. Than i let the blockchain load and put my old wallet.dat back in, But this doesn´t work.
How can i export the private key on widows?[/quote]
Of course it did not work.
wallet.dat not only contains your receiving addresses and your private key, but also your past transactions.
We don’t want that non-confirmed transaction.
Never did I recommend you copy your wallet.dat, reinstall, and then put the wallet.dat back. Doing that will have yielded no benefits to you. (as you saw)
What we are trying to do by exporting your private key, reinstalling, and then reimporting your private key is basically re-building your wallet.dat so that the transaction containing -283.552158 coins isn’t in the wallet.dat anymore.
0.4 of the PPCoin client should let you have a debug console, so it will be easier to enter commands. Perhaps wait for the next version.
Otherwise you will have to go into an MSDOS command prompt to export the private key, and this is getting pretty technical fast. Some google searches and reading on bitcointalk.org will probably yield lots of information on how private keys work, etc.
Unless someone here wants to take over leading you through the MSDOS command prompt method of running ppcoind after configuring ppcoin.conf to export and import keys.
At this stage, I highly recommend you research creating a paper wallet and restoring a paper wallet, either with ppcoin or bitcoin, they are similar procedures. Get a good understanding of it.
Just trying to run commands you see on a forum isn’t going to work for you. The reason I know that, is that you took it upon yourself to copy this wallet.dat file off, and put it back on, without listening to my instructions. I don’t want to be responsible for you not listening to what I’m telling you a second time.
The information is out there. Read through it all. (Unless of course, someone wants to stand up and help you lead you further). I’ve given you a lot of hints already. Do some actual reading and google searches about paper wallets and it will make sense.
Taking the lazy way of having someone hand you commands might cause you to make a mistake if you do not fully understand the procedures and why they are necessary. Educate yourself first, fully understand it, and then attempt to do it.
I don’t mean to be rude. I’m seriously concerned about you making an error and then getting upset if you do some irreversible harm during the export / import process of your private key.
If you don’t understand the concept of why you are doing, what you are doing, and what all the relevant files are (ppcoind, ppcoin.conf, wallet.dat), what they contain, how they are used, etc, then you should not be touching them.
AGAIN WARNING - BE SURE OF HOW TO DO THIS, OR GET SOMEONE MORE EXPERIENCED THAN YOU TO HELP YOU IF YOU ARE NOT 100% COMFORTABLE ON HOW THIS WORKS.