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Cura 14.07 connecting Error

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Hello,

I have updated Cura from 13.11.2 to Cura 14.07.

Everything is fine with the Setup procedure (leveling and Connection test).

Now, after pressing the print-button the "Printing Window" does not come up like it did on the previous Version.

The Software stops with a window telling:

Printing on COM17

Detecting Baudrate

Temperature: 52

It has three Buttons (Connect, Print, Cancel print) but they are all grayed out, and do not get active.

(a screenshot of the window is in my gallery)

I use Ultimaker Original that is connectet to a PC (Windows XP) via USB cable.

By changing back to v 13.11.2 everything works well again.

Is there any Setting that I have to Change in the new Software Version?

Thanks for your help.

SFJ

 

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