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Cura Crashing - 2.5, 2.7, 3.0.4

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Hey all - apologies if this is the wrong place to post this. Please delete/move if so.

Cura is suddenly crashing. 2.5, 2.7 and 3.0.4 are all doing the same thing.

Per the Github instructions for logging bug/crashes;

Application Version: 2.5, 2.7, 3.0.4

Platform: Windows 10 home 64-bit (10.0, Build 16299) (16299.rs3_release.170928-1534)

Display Driver: ddumd.dll, Driver File Version: 8.01.0000.2897 (English)

Steps to Reproduce: Starting the program, run as admin, disabling Antivirus

Actual Results:5a334165153de_curacrash.thumb.JPG.00dabcf0242b60a7d4cdb9ec6308772d.JPG

Dropbox links below for Cura.log and DxDiag.txt:

Cura log (20mb): https://www.dropbox.com/s/p49ioqvrbew0r30/cura.log?dl=0

DxDiag.txt: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/uyt1pqn6x9a8aqw/AAA9edzXQsEku4SR5NEJfK_Ba?dl=0

Thanks!

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Facepalm. Don't know why I didn't try it before, but FWIW, I discovered Cura won't crash if I "run with graphics processor"  (right click on shortcut and select "run with graphics processor")

Altered my Nvidia settings to include Cura so I don't have to right click everytime.  

HOWEVER:

Double click on .stl file to open Cura - still crashes

Open .stl directly from tinkercad - still crashes

Just inconvenience, but still....

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