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Hi
I use Cura on a new small PC with a unsolving problem.

Cura: 3.5.x
Windows 10 Home
Clean installation, with only cura and arduino-ide installed.
PC: Zotac ZBOX CI327 nano mini-PC 
CPU: Intel N3450 Quad-Core
Ram: 4 GB
HDD1: 32gb M.2 SATA SSD onboard
HDD2: 256gb SSD SATA
Grafic: Intel HD Graphics 500

Cura works fine, slicingworks, but when i save to SD-Card, or to any of the harddrives, cura crashes.
Also when exporting, or saving as project.

I also turned of all Firewals, and the viru-sutility, same problem.
I tried to start cura in admin-mode, same problem.
Reinstalles Cura, same problem.
All updates made

The problem only exists within cura.

Saving from the arduino-ide works as smooth as it should.

I searched the net to find a solution, but did not find any.

Hope anybody is able to help me, finding a soulution.

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