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i seem to have some kind of communication problem with my ultimaker since the new cura (updateted from 12.08 to 12.12A).

this is my communication log.

"Changing monitoring state from 'Offline' to 'Opening serial port'

Connecting to: COM11

Connected to: Serial(port='COM11', baudrate=115200, bytesize=8, parity='N', stopbits=1, timeout=2, xonxoff=False, rtscts=False, dsrdtr=False), starting monitor

Changing monitoring state from 'Opening serial port' to 'Connecting'

Recv: ?nP

Recv: =?j??Jl?J%[LZ?k%aL)?&>|Y?V?n6

Recv: J?Z?z?J?z?J?J?{?X?:&?+^>H?$P|?%?%?%H%?x??+^^J??^IJO.X?+^^X?J?j?AHJ?aHJP|@_a?&&??$

M6CL

Recv: IM^+

Recv: ?6L

Recv: I?6XH^C??&h?H

Recv: I?&(^l

Recv: x?

Recv: ?Zb?Jj?J?J?Hj??*'

Recv: joV?F?

Recv: H??J?5?-?

Send: M105

Recv: ']h?

Changing monitoring state from 'Connecting' to 'Closed'

Connection closed, closing down monitor"

i tryed upgradeing the marlin software againg but doesnt seem to make a difrence when i did.

changing the baud rate from 250000 to 115200 didnt work. swamping usb ports didnt work and neither did changing the usb cable itself for anothere one.

hopefully somebody knows what to do since im a bit at a dead end.

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Changing monitoring state from 'Offline' to 'Opening serial port'

Connecting to: COM11

Connected to: Serial(port='COM11', baudrate=115200, bytesize=8, parity='N', stopbits=1, timeout=0.1, xonxoff=False, rtscts=False, dsrdtr=False), starting monitor

Changing monitoring state from 'Opening serial port' to 'Detecting baudrate'

Trying baudrate: 250000

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 4

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 3

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 2

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 1

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 0

Send: M105

Trying baudrate: 230400

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 4

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 3

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 2

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 1

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 0

Send: M105

Trying baudrate: 115200

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 4

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 3

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 2

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 1

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 0

Send: M105

Trying baudrate: 57600

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 4

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 3

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 2

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 1

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 0

Send: M105

Trying baudrate: 38400

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 4

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 3

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 2

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 1

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 0

Send: M105

Trying baudrate: 19200

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 4

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 3

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 2

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 1

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 0

Send: M105

Trying baudrate: 9600

Send: M105

Changing monitoring state from 'Detecting baudrate' to 'Closed'

Changing monitoring state from 'Closed' to 'Error: No more baudrates to...'

Connection closed, closing down monitor

this is what happens

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