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Cura with CR10 S issues

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So I'm a total beginner with this 3d printing business, so I may have overlooked something obvious... that said I have looked around and I remain at a loss as to what is going on.

Basically I'm trying to use Cura to slice 3d models for my cr10 s, as that's what seems to be what people generally recommend. My problem is that when I use the newest version of cura, the printer goes to the far bottom right corner and attempts to print (unsuccesfully i might add). I know you're supposed to uncheck the home is center option, which was never turned on to begin with in my case.

Then I tried to install the older version which comes with the cr10 s USB stick... while it still doesn't print in the middle, it's closer. The problem is that it only prints a little bit and then stops.

I know the printer is setup up correctly because the pre-sliced model that comes on the USB prints perfectly fine. I'd really appreciate some help.

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