I HAVE A PROBLEM OPENING MY PATERNS FROM THE DISC & BRINGING THEM UP ON MY COMPUTER SCREEN, I ALSO HAVE A PROBLEM WHEN I,M ABLE TO GET A PATERN ON SCREEN OF ENLARGING THE DESIGN TO THE SIZE THAT I WOULD LIKE. I KNOW I,M COMPUTER ILLITERATE BUT IT IS ALSO SOME TIME SINCE I,VE GOT BACK TO EMBROIDERY & AM FEELING SOME-WHAT FRUSTRATED, COULD SOME-ONE GIVE ME SOME SIMPLE REVISION INSTRUCTIONS.
Depending what program you are useing but as with most it is just a case of going to the edit menu and choosing select all and draging the outline border tabs to the size you want. The other way is to right click on the design and this will bring up the design properties and type in the size you want in the correct tab.
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Update: In my case, the machine was broken. The main symptoms were that when opening the machine with the embroidery arm on, the embroidery wouldn't move at all as it should at startup and the error 10 would flash immediately. However, during my debugging time and as mentionned in Singer's FAQ (http://www.futura-support.com/products/xl-400/faqs), I learnt that the order in which you put/turn on the machine, computer and accessories matters. For safety, you basically need to close everything including the software when switching hoop size. Good luck!
Call Singer at 1-800-4singer and they can advise you. They have a website at www.singerco.com and you can download your manual manual for free, kind of nice to have a back up on your computer, plus have the luxury of enlarging the diagrams.Another tip, go to www.sewingpartsonline.com and you can see what your part should cost approximately, plus identify what your part is called. Good luck
Is it in your manual? If, so all of the manuals for your machine are available for free at www.singerco.com. You can download them and save them to your computer, also nice for enlarging diagrams. If, you need tech help call Singer at 1-800-4singer.
If you have installed on an old computer then the amount of space required may not be enough due to the size of the hard drive. To run modern software etc. you will need at least 350Gb hard drive and run 2 to 3 Gb of RAM. And as systems move on these requirements will only get larger. If you have an old system you want to continue to use I would recomend using a LYNUX based program like DSL (Damn Small Lynux) download for free and can be run from a CD, freeing up more space on a small drive. Hope this helps ;)
As I understand it, the Load button loads designs that you have prepared earlier and saved within the Designer 1, not disks made and saved in your Husqvarna software. These are the .DHV files (this might not be quite the correct file format name - can't remember!) you might see when you look at a disk in your software.
When in Program mode, you need to use the Menu button to go right back
to the first D1 opening screen, then choose the Disk icon, navigate through all
that to find your design, choose it and it appears on your Program
screen. The second time you hit Menu from inside the program screen,
you get taken directly to where you were the first time so it is
quicker. But first time, it is a long slow process.
hyperfont is a disc that you put into your pc which lets you use
the font (letters you type on your computer in windows true type)to be transfered to you'r embroidery machine and sewing on to
a garment, you can change the size make it Bold, Italic,Regular
The size depends on the size of your embroidery hoop.