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FelixMagnetix

Printer Board is restarting all the Time (Marlin/ skynet)

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Hey PPL,

i am still happy that i could start Cura again, after upgrading to 3.4.1. from 3.3.1. , but i still expire near by same bug like i had before with other Versions.

When i still check my Printer Config, it says my Printer is offline and not active. Cura Makes Marlin/Skynet restart all the time and does not boot it again.

After i turned the Printer off and on again it still boots one times for a minute and starts reboot the Printer Board over and over.

I could not go to the Main Printer Menue again, like it did before for a moment. 

On the first Picture is a strange failure meesage, i cant explain. Before that does pop up,it showed me Skynet is ready.

I would be thankfull for a Solution, how to make Cura work with my DIY Printer.

(AM8 BLV MGN12)

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