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I have never had Cura before or used it and every version I try gives me an unable to start to error. I have try multiple different versions and cleared out my temp files as well to try and get it to work. Anyone know what causes this? I know there has been problems with the latest version but ive gone back to versions as far back as 2016 and still no luck with it working. 

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This error happens in Windows when mixing up 32-bit and 64-bit applications.

 

Two things you could try:

* Don't install a new version of Cura on top of an old installation. So either select a different directory to install it to, or uninstall the old version first.

* Make sure to install the Visual C++ Redistributable when the installer prompts you to.

 

In short, I ask you to install Cura again.

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i uninstalled each version i downloaded before trying another version each time. I tried another version today and choose a different directory to install and still the same message as before popped up. It seems to get halfway thru the install process and then just skipped to be being done. 

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Windows 8.1

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4130 CPU @ 3.40GHz 3.40GHz

RAM: 8 GB

System Type: 64-bit Operating System, x64-based processor 

Intel(R) HD Graphics 4400

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