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I started to get an error 13  message when I try to save the sliced file onto my SD card.

Something about unauthorized mentioned.  It worked fine before so I dont see what happened.

 

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Try saving on the hard drive and then moving it from there to the SD card.  I always do that anyway because I want to save these forever so if someone a year for me asks about my settings I have it saved.  The settings are saved at the end of the gcode file.

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I always have a sluggish response in loading Cura and found out that a double click to select the program loaded two copies of CURA. I did as you say and loaded it to the Hard drive but afterwards I deleted the duplicate program and it worked fine. 

 

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