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Hello. I downloaded and tried to install the CURE several times and on two different computers: a Lenovo and SONY VAIO. In all cases a window that says: " Cura.exe stopped working. The program stopped working correctly because of a problem. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution exists."

As always Windows does not find any solution. You can help me install it?

Thanks and regards

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Hello,

So I just tried to use Cure 15.06.02 on a Dell Inspiron Laptop and it died with the same error you describe. I happened to have an older version of Cura laying around and so I installed it (Cura 15.02.1). It worked fine. If you have it or can get that (or maybe some other older version) it might work.

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Hello,

So I just tried to use Cure 15.06.02 on a Dell Inspiron Laptop and it died with the same error you describe.  I happened to have an older version of Cura laying around and so I installed it (Cura 15.02.1). It worked fine.  If you have it or can get that (or maybe some other older version) it might work.

 

Thanks rulisp.

I'll try to find 15.02.1

greetings friend

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