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Posted · Cura crash while saving

Hi folks,

 

Unfortunately on my new machine all current versions (from 3.1 to 3.6 beta) are crashing while saving the gcode file.

 

Pls help me.

 

 

cura_and_dxdiag.zip

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Posted · Cura crash while saving

I don't see anything in the logs that would explain why it's crashing. Can you save to UFP or any other filetype?

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Posted · Cura crash while saving

I have the same problem on an HP 2-in-1 laptop.  3.5.1 works great on an Asus, Dell, and a couple others.  Same program and settings, but closes when saving GCODE.

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UPDATE - Found the resolution moments after posting.  Preferences>General>Privacy - make sure "Send (anonymous) print information" is unchecked.  This was the only change made, and now prints.  Not sure if it has something to do with Cura of settings within Network protocol, ect.

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Posted · Cura crash while saving

Huh. Weird. We had some issues with this a few months ago, but we fixed that at some point. Ugh, back to the drawing board then...

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