Question about Brother SE-270D Computerized Sewing Machine
I don't know if you can help me or not but i'm getting an error that says MFC application has stopped working. It's coming up when I open one of my embroidery programs. I have deleted the program and reinstalled but i still keep getting this message.When I reinstalled the PED BASIC program (brother embroidery card reader program) it still comes up with the error. It's saying on my problem sheet that the Brother Driver is not compatible with my version of WIndows.... I'm running it on my lap top. That's all it says..I get a pop up that just says MFC APPLICATION STOPPED WORKING, windows will close program and find solution...it never shuts down until I do it. My machine is the Brother SE-270D, but the problem is with the PED BASIC software. And I've narrowed it down to the drivers...something is not compatible with them!!
If your operating system is Windows 7, please try this tutorial (it's in an easy spanish): http://autorneto.com/tecnologia/gadgets/brother-en-windows-7/
Else, if you don't have this operating system, please specify which one do you have.
Hope my tutorial helps; write comments on the tutorial's page and here also. Make it known if it worked for you (only if you have Windows 7).
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
SOURCE: PED basic card
I had a similar problem and message on my Deco 650 and found that I misunderstood writing to the disk on my PED Basic. When I pressed the write button it came up with a note saying that it would delete all designs on the card. I'd just spent hours learning how to use it (?) before I realized I had not truly 'written' the patterns to the card.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
This is not really something you can do yourself (been there, tried that!). The machine has to be almost completely disassembled to get to the timing mechanism. Trust me, it's worth the 30.00 to have it timed.
I think http://www.allbrands.com has a generic timing explaination for sewing machines (use the drop in bobbin one)...I found it easy to follow...but once I realized I had to unplug all the components for the computerized functions... I took it in to the dealer. If you contact Brother & your machine is under warranty, they will pay for the repair (they paid for my first two re-timings). Now I know you HAVE to use BOBBIN thread that is 60 WT only in the bobbin. You will continue to have problems if you don't. Also, this machine uses the class 15 bobbin, but make sure its model number SA156A, which is a hair taller than the SA156 bobbin..both are class 15, but the tiny difference is very important.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
if you have win 7 or vista on your laptop .. the program may be written for win xp .. if so, you can check to see if ugraded software is available from brother for your operating system .. .. or you can load your present software using windows " Compaaibillity Mode" chose XP or whatever operating system the brother software was written for .. right click on your program loader on your disk (setup or whateve) . then select "compatability mode"
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
make sure the bobbin thread is wound and installed correctly
remove tangled thread and clean lint out from under feed plate
clean and remove shuttle to clean out area with lint brush
inspect bobbin for burs and scratches...make sure when reinstalling shuttle and bobbin that it rotates freely
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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