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Cura 2.3.1 closes after title screen. Won't run (win764b)

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Previously I had the 2.3.0 beta running.  I uninstalled that version, deleted the remaining pluging folder as well as the Cura2.3 folder.

The last image on the title screen says "loading scenes" or something similar.  Then the process closes.

I am running win7 64b.

Anyone else have a similar issue?

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Hi mastory,

Also have Win7 64 bit (pro).

Got the very same problem as you listed here, so just to mention did you got to this directory:



In here you'll find the setup for your previous "Cura version", just delete "cura.cfg" then try to restart Cura.

I'd deleted this whole catalog and reinstalled, then I could start Cura 2.3.1

However, could not use any of the newer Ultimakers from UM2 and up..

But could if I installed a custom version of (in my case) an UM2.

Hope this will help.

Good luck.



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