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Cura 3.6.4 with Megatronics V2.0 Board not working...

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Hey guys, have a weird problem that I can't seem to solve.

 

I am building/running a custom printer, Marlin firmware with a Megatronics V2.0 Board

 

When I connect the printer to Cura 3.6.4 directly via USB, the printer does not work, and the hot-ends does not show temperature and the controls, both g-code and home buttons in the Monitor tab does not work.

 

However, the printer works fine when i run Cura 15.04.6, Slic3R 1.3.0 and Repetier Host 2.1.3 both directly connected via USB.

 

The printer also works fine when i print with Octoprint via Cura 3.6.4

 

would anyone be able to shed any light on what might be the possible issue?

 

Cheers

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