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Help 270X 400 Hashrate ?!?!?!

I'm only getting 447561 hastrate in ethminer in a pool! How do I fix this ? Also I converted some bitcoins to my ether account adress and i havent received them yet... I used this site
I'm on windows 10 and I have tried everything. I tried AlethZero and AlethOne aswell as geth.
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Ethereum (cpp) issues. Help appreciated.

This is my first time with Ethereum, and I haven't touched crypto since bitcoin first broke 1 dollar (When I got advice from an accountant telling me that it would never take off)
I have been mining all weekend, and I have ended up with more Eth that I calculated was possible. Fantastic.
At this point my concern is that I have made a mistake somewhere, it seems too good to be true. So I have tried to send another account some eth (this time in Geth) to verify that I haven't stuffed up.
However I cannot get AlethZero or AlethOne to send anything. AlethZero says I don't have enough gas, AlethOne deducts the amount and the trans fee, but nothing ever arrived. Eth.exe throws an error and never lets me enter any commands.
I am taken to believe that eth and geth are not compatible. So it seems that either :
A: I haven't really mined anything, maybe I have accidently configured eth on a test server
B: My tools are crap, and I cannot get the coins out.
I am hoping that there is a third alternative. All help appreciated.
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Newbie to the world of Ethereum

TL;DR: I'm new to Ethereum and cryptocurrencies, and need some direction on what I should do. (long version below)
Hey, everyone, so as the title says, I'm new to Ethereum. Only recently have I started exploring the world of cryptocurrencies (and I'm rather late at that) and trying to see which ones I should mine. Currently I'm looking towards Ethereum, as I heard it's rather easy to mine, and had no luck with Bitcoin seeing as it basically takes supercomputers in order to generate any sort of profit. So far I've set up a basic wallet and gotten the AlethZero client, but I don't know how any of it really works. I've tried looking some of this stuff up on google and reddit, but to no avail in ways that would help me. As a side note, I'm rather broke, and can't afford anything super fancy. If any of you would be kind enough to give me some pointers, it would be greatly appriciated!
Also, since this will probably be a question, here's my current computer specs (I'll be upgrading a few things rather soon):
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Using ethereum blockchain and Smart Contracts for Equalitarian People's Associations

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