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Cura 2.5 does not start on Windows 10

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Posted (edited) · Cura 2.5 does not start on Windows 10

I ran fine with Cura, upgraded to 2.5 and kept getting an error message "No disk in Drive D:". The only way to get out of the start-up sequence (clicking cancel, or ignore, or retry didn't work, even dozens of times on one of them - nothing happens) was/is to open task manager and kill the process. Uninstalled everything, deleted the 2.3 and 2.5 directories. Reboot. Reinstall - same result. Just uninstalled Cura 2.5 and installed 2.4 which starts fine. All my installs (windows, drivers etc.) are up to date. 64 gb system with a pentium 7 processor.

And an update: Cura 2.4 started fine after the install. Clicking on a .STL file generates the same error message again. This worked before, I'll go back to 2.3 and see how that works.

Anybody seen/fixed this?

--Hubert

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Posted · Cura 2.5 does not start on Windows 10

Just found it, my first search didn't. I'm going to join there.

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