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cura 4.3 asks for printer setup everytime it is stated after a windows restart.

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Posted · cura 4.3 asks for printer setup everytime it is stated after a windows restart.

I have been using version 4.3 and have imported my configurations from previous versions. Most of the time when I start my computer and open Cura I am prompted by the initial screens and license. I am then walked through the printer selection wizard. The wizard does not show my profiled printers, but asks for new ones to be added. Once I add a new printer Cura takes me to the main screen where I can select all of my already installed printers and profiles.

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Posted · cura 4.3 asks for printer setup everytime it is stated after a windows restart.

Could you share your log files?

 

My initial guess would be that it's failing to write files to your harddrive (since thats how the machines are stored).

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Posted · cura 4.3 asks for printer setup everytime it is stated after a windows restart.

Here you go. I tried to remove the old cura folders but that did not seem to help.

 

Thank you

 

Bernie

cura.log

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Posted · cura 4.3 asks for printer setup everytime it is stated after a windows restart.

I'm seeing some issues in the log, but I'm not quite sure if they are causing the issues;
- There is a (custom) plugin that is failing to be loaded called the "MKS Plugin".

- There is a printer that doesn't have a definition set called BIBO2. This is probably the result of manually adding a printer definition and not adding all the files it needs.

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Posted · cura 4.3 asks for printer setup everytime it is stated after a windows restart.

Those profile was added by the manufacturer. It works fine inversion 3, and does work in version 4 once you select a new printer and get past the wizard.

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