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Cura 3.03 crashes

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I downloaded Cura 3.03 to run on my Windows 7 system. No problems with installation, but Cura crashes just after displaying the change log.

I updated my graphics drivers with no effect.

For some reason, Cura puts logs both in Roaming and Local ?

In Local/cura/stderr.log all seems well until :

Fatal Python error: Aborted

Thread 0x00001650 (most recent call first):

File "X:\3.0\build\inst\lib\python3.5\site-packages\UM\Backend\Backend.py", line 156 in _storeStderrToLogThread

File "threading.py", line 862 in run

File "threading.py", line 914 in _bootstrap_inner

File "threading.py", line 882 in _bootstrap

Thread 0x00001694 (most recent call first):

File "X:\3.0\build\inst\lib\python3.5\site-packages\UM\Backend\Backend.py", line 148 in _storeOutputToLogThread

File "threading.py", line 862 in run

File "threading.py", line 914 in _bootstrap_inner

File "threading.py", line 882 in _bootstrap

Thread 0x00001590 (most recent call first):

File "C:\Program Files\Cura 3.0\plugins\USBPrinting\USBPrinterOutputDeviceManager.py", line 88 in _updateThread

File "threading.py", line 862 in run

File "threading.py", line 914 in _bootstrap_inner

File "threading.py", line 882 in _bootstrap

Thread 0x00001580 (most recent call first):

File "threading.py", line 297 in wait

File "zeroconf.py", line 1569 in wait

File "zeroconf.py", line 1153 in run

File "threading.py", line 914 in _bootstrap_inner

File "threading.py", line 882 in _bootstrap

Thread 0x00001584 (most recent call first):

File "threading.py", line 297 in wait

File "zeroconf.py", line 1569 in wait

File "zeroconf.py", line 1017 in run

File "threading.py", line 914 in _bootstrap_inner

File "threading.py", line 882 in _bootstrap

Any ideas ?

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That’s me. I posted the same solution in a couple of posts here, but somehow missed this post.

Please don’t assume noone cares. That is unfair to quite a number of people who put quite a bit of time into helping people here.

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