Thanks for the quick reply.
I did this already, unfortunately though it still didn't work. Just found out that even on a computer of a friend of mine (who works with arduino boards and who's got the arduino software installed) this particular board doesn't get recognized.
Seems like I really have to get it replaced. And I just can't wait to finally start working with the machine... Does anyone know how long such a replacement might take?
Unplug the Arduino, install Cura 14.03 (which you need anyway as it is the best slicer software) including the Arduino drivers and then connect the Usb line to the printer again.
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