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Posted · "Cannot connect problem"

For people having difficulties getting their machine to work properly under ReplicatorG, please try this:

1) disconnect USB cable from computer

2) start ReplicatorG

3) plug USB cable back into computer

4) Machine --> Upload new firmware... --> (then follow steps to upload Marlin)

5) click Turn On button in ReplicatorG

Since replicatorG 0035, when you use a log level other than "INFO", you will receive warning pop-ups when Marlin returns an error message. This is handy when you have failed prints during build and want to know what went wrong, without having to look all the way in the log files.

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Posted · "Cannot connect problem"

I just do this:

1. Start device manager

2. Find the Arduino

3. Right click and select Disable

4. Wait a sec

5. Right Click and select Enable

and everything works...

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