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Cura 3.2.1 - Goes away as it loads Interface

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I am having a problem running Cura 3.2.1.  It started about a week ago, the splash screen come up and gets to Loading Interface,  the window pop up briefly and then goes away.

Now the odd thing is I can rerun the install and it will work one time.  Once I close it and try opening then it won't load again.

I'm running Windows 10 - Creators update.

 

Any ideas would be great.  I've included the Cura.log file it that would help.

 

I have tried deleting the appdata/roaming/cura/3.2 folder, didn't make a difference.

 

Thank you.

 

cura.log

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Same problem here: Started up once. Here is exact details to reproduce. 

 

Hardware: Intel Core i5-3427U // GPU Intel HD4000 Graphics

 

-Freshly installed windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB

-Freshly installed Cura 3.2.1

-Added Custom material

-Enabled many additional print settings

-Built 1 Gcode

-Restarted windows 10

-Open Cura 3.2.1 -> Spash logo -> Window appears, but is fully white

 

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