upsm wrote:Did you guy's maybe tried the solution mentioned in few other posts?
Btw export/import of the profiles did not work for me, I had to manually recreate them to solve the problem.
Hi upsm. Thanks for the reply.
I'll give it a go on the new NUC I have just built with Win10 <spit> on it. So will try it on that.
Blasted annoying to do all the CAD on this beast, then have to slice it on another machine, but hey - if it works.
This problem started with me on v3.xx on a Vanilla Windows 7 install on a NUC last year.
So, I then tried it on this big CAD machine. (Clean install - no profiles used from the 1st NUC). Same problem.
Installed 4.0 on this machine - crashes still, even after multiple nuking back to standard, uninstalling, clearing out the Registry, etc.
As for the manual recreation of profiles: that's not too much of a problem - I do it a lot now already - after each crash, and the subsequent nuke back to nothing... :/
I really would like to know what the common denominator is that is causing the problem (I'm sure some folks will say it's me. lol).
Or, I could just go back to slicing with S3D on Linux...