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Cura is forced into compatibility mode and is really slow


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Posted · Cura is forced into compatibility mode and is really slow

After a month with my printer broken, I can finally print again, but during that time I upgraded to windows 11 (idk if it has anything to do..) and I was not able to open cura anymore (pretended about my OpenGL version)(I put an external dll in cura folder and it fixed it). The problem is that now cura is really slow, and the preview is really ugly. It seems to be locked into "compatibillity mode". I have a recent system and all my drivers are up to date. What can I do ?

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    Posted · Cura is forced into compatibility mode and is really slow
    36 minutes ago, FormicaRufa said:

    I have a recent system and all my drivers are up to date

    A recent driver would include OpenGL, so you would not have to put a dll in the Cura folder. What GPU do you have?

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    Posted · Cura is forced into compatibility mode and is really slow
    17 hours ago, ahoeben said:

    What GPU do you have?

    An nVidia geforce rtx 2070 super. Last drivers downloaded from geforce experience.

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    Posted · Cura is forced into compatibility mode and is really slow

    A 2070 super should more than suffice. And, as far as I know, the "latest drivers" should come with OpenGL. But perhaps there is something about Windows 11 that I don't know.

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    Posted · Cura is forced into compatibility mode and is really slow
    16 hours ago, ahoeben said:

    A 2070 super should more than suffice. And, as far as I know, the "latest drivers" should come with OpenGL. But perhaps there is something about Windows 11 that I don't know.

    I just tried on my laptop (surface pro 7, also on windows 11) and it works without problem. So it's not W11 alone.

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