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New version of Cura doesn't starts

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I worked fine with 2.1.2 version, then I upgrade to 2.6.0.

Now opening the program I received the application error (0xc000007b)

I tryed also with 2.5.0 ver with the same result.

Finally I decided to downgrade to my first version wich works properly.

Windows 7 (64)

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I've been having the same issues with every version since 2.3! Have you tried 2.3 to see if you get the same issue? I've tried every version but get the same issue with every new install!

Let me know if 2.3 works for you, it may be a slight upgrade from the 2.1 version you are running. Hopefully Ultimaker sort out this issue with the new versions, i think it has something to do with the MS visual studio files required to run it, i'e not been able to solve the problem yet, really would like to start running a newer version than 2.3!

Jamie

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