If you want to use any EA to work out, we need to educate it. How then to educate EA like the Milliondollarpip 1.6? First is to remove that part of the code that makes the initialization. You can do this by placing remarks around that part of the code and force the initialization variable to be true. Need to analyze the mq4-code that there is nothing in that part that affects how the EA would work.
The function called “ InitializeRobot” with its parameters ( Username, Account number(), 0, gia_1408, gia_1404, gs_1388), will not affect in any way any variables of the Bot, except for gia_1408, this will be set to 1 by this function if there is a successful initialization, or else to 0. I have to set the variable to be true (1) . I believe so that my change of the code might have cause the problem. There is the other function which is involved called the DLL-file with 31 parameters.
I am not sure though if this EA really works, and I can’t find this one to be trusted since it’s trading on price-movements of tic-data. Normally, this kind of EAs would work on demo accounts but not on real live accounts even if you are working on a good STP/ECN brokers with a fast connection. That’s what I notice how brokers and real servers work on price feeds. Apparently, tests relating to Milliondollarpip 1.6 was stopped due to the change that the company is doing. They are shifting EA to account management service. .