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Crash à l'installation du Tinker Marlin UM2+

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Suite à des crashs sur ma première UM2+ ( j'ai retrouvé l'imprimante toujours en chauffe , mais l'impression stoppé et l'écran bloqué avec une mauvaise image.)


Du coup j'ai tenté d'installé Tinker Marlin installé sur ma seconde imprimante.

Mais la sélection crash en enclenchant l'installation.

Mon imprimante ce déconnecte.


Cela peut venir de la nouvelle version de cura ?

Il y a t'il une notre façon d'installé le firmware ?



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L'imprimante reste allumé,  et la barre d'installation ne charge pas !

Et je n'est aucune réaction même après 5 min, à part une déconnexion instantané au lancement de l'installation. oO


La mise à niveau du firmware basique fonctionne, mais le Tinker Marlin ne  ce lance pas ...


Je vais tenté avec des versions intérieurs de cura.


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