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Cura 2.3.0 splash screen then nothing else

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Well this is annoying, the beta ran alright. While loading some large parts this evening, Cura sat on "preparing to slice" for a long time, never doing anything.

I downloaded the Windows 64-bit version and installed that. Allowed it to uninstall the beta and then install.

At the end of the installation and option to run Cura, nothing happened.

I tried the install again. No splash screen. Even checked the task manager...no where to be found

Cleared temp files (CCleaner), reboot....install again.

Now when I launch Cura I get the splash screen but nothing else.

Windows 10 (latest build) 64 bit. Help

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CCLeaner cleans up temp file and so on (seriously good program, Google it)

Well I expected better than "Thank God I run a Mac" from support. My goodness.

 

Oh I was just pulling your leg since we know each others, don't worry I will answer on a professional and serious manner.

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Well, as detailed elsewhere, I have the exact same problem on my work computer.

That's running Windows 7 64-bit

Un-installed 2.3.0

Deleted the Program Files \ Cura 2.3.0

Re-installed.

At end of install, selected "Run after install" Nothing happened.

Launched Cura 2.3.0 from Start - All Programs - Cura 2.3.0

Splash screen loads, starts load up steps...then vanishes

What should I try next?

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