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Can't find an old version of Cura

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Hi everyone i'm from Italy so sorry in advance for whatever i'll write wrong.

Here is my problem: a few days ago i had to update my pc. Unfortunately for me all my old programms have been deleted. I used tu use a version of Cura which starts the print (just to uncork the nozzle) from the left-bottom, plus it used to set the nozzle temperature and the bed simultaneously. The problems are not this petty things but the fact that with that version i was able to print, with this one i can't print even a cube! I tried to set all i can but probably the default settings in the old version (if there are, some the user can not change) are more appropriate for my printer (Geeetech Prusa i3). Please help me to find that Cura. Thankyou

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Sounds like Geeetech had a special Cura profile for their printer. Have you tried contacting them on their web site?

https://www.geeetech.com/technical_support.html

Also, one of the forum threads suggest using the Prusa I3 MK2 profile and setting the nozzle size to .3mm

http://www.geeetech.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=18843&p=37819&hilit=cura#p37819

One last thing to check is: Did they include an SD card with the .rar files and instructions on it? Perhaps it also had a version of Cura with the proper settings (that's how my Aurora A3 came).

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