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Posted · How do I clear Corrupted Profiles warning?

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I've seen this in the past, you DO NOT want to click "reset". It pops up every time I open CURA.

 

Can I make this error go away? I don't care if I get my CR-10S profiles back or not, but I don't want to click "reset" and lose all my work from ever.

 

Thanks!

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Posted · How do I clear Corrupted Profiles warning?

Removing the CR-10S printer could well be sufficient to clear this. Not sure. Living on the "bleeding edge" I get these messages quite often and normally just wade in and remove from the config directory the profile/extruder/printer definition file(s) it's bleating about.

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Posted · How do I clear Corrupted Profiles warning?

I deleted it in software the first time.

 

I have a bigger issue - I have multiple projects and multiple printers, so I run multiple copies of CURA concurrently.

 

I suspect I removed the profiles in one copy, closed it, then closed another copy and that's how things got messed up.

 

Under definition_changes and machine_instances I deleted the removed printers, and ...

It worked!!!

 

THANKS!

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Posted · How do I clear Corrupted Profiles warning?

If you are running Cura 4.2.1 and have multiple printers configured, there seems to be a bug related to saving/updating profiles.

I have reported that earlier but have not heard anything more on it.

If you update the CR10 profile in any way, chances are that the issue will come back (it does with me)

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