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Thank you so much for the response.  It might be for naught however. I am including the file just in case it might help someone else at a future time.


Had to do some research to find it. The problem is probably my old laptop.  I bought it in 2010 and it has just a very basic intel onboard video chip.


I swapped it out with one of my newer laptops and now have it connected to the printer.   I will not be putting the old Toshiba back to try printing with and will use it for my online and download computer.  That way 2 of my other laptops can be connected to the 3d printer and the laser burner.   But I do thank you for your kindness in your willingness to helping.  I am sure I will have some valid questions about this "3D Stuff" in the future. I will also try to stop and think of other solutions like the one this time before wasting other people's time.


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