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Hi! I cant seen to get my Cure to run. I tried Cura 2.1.2 and it crash ( Cura.exe has stopped working )

I also tried all the older version of cura and it also crash ( pythonw.exe error ) I updated my graphic card but still having the same problem. I really dont know what to do. Please help.

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i have the same issue since yesterday!

I tried everything, the 2.1.2 release give me this "cura.exe has stopped working" and 15.x.x give back "pythonw.exe stopperd working" or something like that...

Before i had no problem at all, i do not change anything on my pc recently...

Im using win10 64bit btw

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i updated my gpu driver to the latest (im using a radeon HD7870, win10_64bit) and the problem remains...

This time Cura crash after 20sec or so, before was crashing after 4 or 5sec.

i am reading now the cura log and see these lines:

2016-07-08 09:56:17,329 - DEBUG - Attempting to kill the engine process

2016-07-08 09:56:17,329 - DEBUG - Killing engine process

2016-07-08 09:56:17,331 - DEBUG - Engine process is killed. Recieved return code 1

2016-07-08 09:56:17,331 - INFO - Backend crashed or closed. Restarting...

2016-07-08 09:56:17,433 - DEBUG - Attempting to kill the engine process

2016-07-08 09:56:17,471 - INFO - Started engine process: C:\Program Files\Cura 2.1\CuraEngine.exe

2016-07-08 09:56:17,505 - DEBUG - Backend connected on port 49674

2016-07-08 09:56:31,718 - DEBUG - Autosaving preferences, instances and profiles

i notice that those lines are repeted every time the program crashes, maybe the problem is CuraEngine.exe?

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