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USB connection causing printer to restart continiously

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Posted · USB connection causing printer to restart continiously

Hiya,

I built my own PC due to much needed power for CAD.

However now my UM2+ keeps restarting until I manage to connect Cura or S3D just at the right time.

The only thing that has changed is that I now only have USB 3 ports but unless there is in the back ground that differs from USB 2 I couldn't say.

I have checked the BIOS for auto settings etc... but nothing that appears out of place or something that could solve this.

check USB setting in Win10 again nothing there that suggests auto connect etc... driver appears to be correct, and it does connect with the driver.

many thanks

Rebekah Anderson

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Posted · USB connection causing printer to restart continiously

Best solution is to not keep your UM2+ connected through USB, and print with SD-card or with OctoPrint installed on eg a raspberry pi.

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