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Cura 3.4.1 won't end the slicing

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Hello, 

I have installed Cura for the third time, deleting all de necessary cura maps (the profiles also).

What do I do:

1. Start Cura and choose my printer (TevoTarantula); change the board size.

2. Set the visibillity settings to advanced, without changing anything yet

3. Load the print figure from Thingiverse

4. Hit the Prepare (slice) button

 

Result:

- Cura shows a screen with the text slicing .... (see jpg attachment)

- The stderr.log file shows me different?? (see jpg fragment and full text attachment)

636057425_Readyfragmentstderr.logfile.thumb.jpg.1fdec84402240d0d8ca0e366b5362d55.jpg

 

 

Can someone tell me what's going wrong. In the earlier version I didn't have this problem. I have a Windows 7 machine.

 

Thanks for any reaction in advanced 😉

 

John

Slicing shows no ready.jpg

stdout.log

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I discovered that Cura on my business laptop does operate fine and slices the example above without problems. I remember that my graphic card was update a short time ago. So I think the problem has to do with the graphical interface.

I'll try to downgrade my driver version and will test Cura again...

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