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Attention Software Issue with SD Card!!!

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Hello all,

I have a good SD card but have discovered that it can go wrong!

If I have sliced the part to be printed

In this case in Cura there is nothing going on (no problem)

But if I save it to my SD card and then put back in Cura again,

Then the print is no longer good!!!

Whether it is on the SD card.

The mistake I think is in the transition from PC to SD card

Perhaps this problem will come with you too!

And if you did not notice it would be annoying And so .....

I wish everyone a lot of luck with .....With printing or whatever you do.

Friendly greetings from The Netherlands!

Rob.

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Hello neotko

Very good, that was the first thing I thought of!

So spend a lot of time in it

But it did not work well after all!

BUT!

Maybe I'm doing something wrong, I do not know yet.

Tomorrow I'll get another SD and try again!

I will of course come back here to tell you and everyone.

It was a mini SD card (8GB) (I thought Class 10)

But other prints did good, only those were small prints.

(Who knows this is a good learning moment!)

I'll be back here!

Kind regards from Rotterdam

Rob.

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