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Can someone please help me.  I have installed and re-installed cura on my mac book for my BNC3D Sigma and am having major problems. First when I loaded a model it showed as solid black on the bill plate, but, if I move it slightly off the build plate it appears normal.  I tried going to low resolution but nothing changed.  Now when I open Cura I get a full black screen .. I using OS X El Captain.

How do you totally remove every trace of cure.  

Thank you

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Hi, I've been struggling with the black screen issue too and have no response or solution to that.

I've tried to run Cura 15.04.5 and 15.04.6 with no success. I read in other forums that the problem might be the GPU, but the funny thing is that Cura runs with no problem in another one with same specs.

I have an Asus TP500L i7 with 8gb of ram and Nvidia GeForce  940m.

Is there a way to fix this?

Thanks

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