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Well so i bought a new pc and lended my old pc to a friend of mine. Installed Ultimaker 3.5.1 and since then my prints have been coming out like this.


I have been messing around in the settings, but doesnt matter what i do always get the same results. 


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I don't think it's your PC.  Wow that looks strange.  Is this PLA?  I have seen thousands of pictures of 3d printing problems and this one is unique for me (little holes like this).


I don't see the layer below.  Do you?  Make sure you have 4 to 8 top layers.  What is your layer height?

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This is what i always printed with and they always came out fine. 
And i dont think it is the pc itself! On the old pc i had cura 3.4.1 and it worked perfectly! 
My friend just now sended me a print file sliced on my old pc and cura 3.4.1 and the surface came out smooth and i also copied all the settings. 

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