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At firmware stage for my um2 build but need some help....

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Sorry for the late reply, I have a UM2 board with the oled display and display controller board. I am trying to use the files from youmagine that are inked to github and there is firmware there. However, this is where my problem starts. I am just not sure which file to use and even if someone told me that I couldn't figure out how to install UM2 marlin. Anyone please help.

Here is the link to the files https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker2Marlin

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Normally if it's really an UltiBoard and it's recognized as it by your computer ( I mean your COM port is well displayed), you should be able to just go to Cura and then click on "Machine" menu in the top and "install default firmware".

This should take the UM marlin firmware file from CURA repertory and inject it right to the mobo

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