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Cura 3.3.1 does not start, win 10

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Hello,

 

I have just installed Cura on a Lenovo T430 laptop and tried to start it. However, after the splashscreen and displaying the disclaimer, cura.exe stops to work, Windows closes the program.

I have added my stderr file.

I have not done any changes and also tried to re-start with deleted cura folder in my local folder.

stderr.log

Kai.

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I still expiring the same Problem. The previews Version did start but did not found my Printer and 3.3.1. does not start even.

Tried to start it as a Admin and other stuff, no way to open it on windows 10 x64. Feel mad i am bound to Repetier Host since many month, because i expire bugs any time in a new Version. Feeling a bit mad about, because i was realy interested to test the Ironing function with a Flat Head Sapphire Prototype Noozle...

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Hello,

 

my issue was solved by upgrading the graphics drivers. Since 2.3.1 Cura is using a newer version of open-GL. If oyur problems started with later versions, that might not be the solution.

I do not contact the printer from Cura, I use an octopi for that.

 

Kaiborg

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