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probleme cura2.5 veut pas demarrer...demande un disque...

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salut toutes et tous

j ai installer cura2.5 , premier lancement sous windows 8,1 64 bits sans probleme, je lance un print sur ultimaker 3 extended, jusque la genial...mais ensuite apres avoir refermer le programme plus moyen de le relancer, a chaque fois une erreur comme celle citee sur ce topics anglophone qui n a pas trouver non plus de solution.

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/38971-cant-run-cura-240

le meme message s affiche a chaque fois: inserer disk d....

quelqu un a t il eu le meme probleme ? j ais desinstaller toutes les vieilles versions de cura au cas ou cela viendrait de la mais ca ne marche pas.

merci d avance

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C'est ce que disait @nallath

 

I just checked. Cura constantly checks for removable drives. Windows tells cura that that drive is a removable drive. When cura tries to open it, windows gives an error, which Cura never hears about.

Renaming the drive should resolve the issue (I know, it's a weird & stupid solution...)

 

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