Can not find the driver to desn designes from the computer to sew
The computer does not show a driver to dene designes from the computer to the Janome 10000plus machine. Our mother board went out so we have a different computer and can not find the driver JSC 350.
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Check that the designs are not in a folder on the disk. Your sewing machine may need to open that folder before the designs can be found.
Also, check to make sure the OS software on your computer is compatible with your sewing machine. Some sewing machines use Windows 7 or even earlier versions, whereas most new computers now have Windows 8 or 10.
Aug 21, 2010 - The designs will then be recognized by your embroidery machine, and you will spend more .... you can use either jef or jef+ for your 11000se .... like to know what brand,size and card reader to purchase for my Janome MC 9500. ...... Bernina · Elna · Embroidery · General · Janome · Necchi · Quilting · Sewing ...
Janome MC9500 5.5x7.8" Embroidery .jef Format Replaces Memory Craft MC9000 ... to creative quilting and clothing construction, your sewing projects will go ... designcards) or Compact Flash Memory Cards (as used in digital cameras). ... My set screen controls for contrast, In./Cm. designation, and other customization
I don't have a 5700,mine is a 9000 but the cards that came with mine are a plastic aprox 1 inch square. This machine came out before there was any type of interface to connect to a back up system ie; USB or firewire. I would assume that if you can download new patterns from the internet,than you could back them up.If your machine does not have that capability then you will just have to find new memory cards for you machine online and order them.
If you have the customiser software open the disk up to view the drivers the driver may work with the win 2000 if so it will look for JSMC and install it. If this does not work try right clicking on the customiser icon and see if you can run in compatibility mode, Otherwise you may have to use a SD card and only transfer to that.
Scan 'n Sew is hardware used to transfer embroidery designs from your computer to the machine's card so that you can embroider that particular design. I have one and love it. It will send a template to your printer as well as the design to the card. It has other functions that I don't use because I use another program to edit designs (Embird).
If you have theoriginal disk for the software you can load the drivers to your computer. Just insert the disc, close in the install pop up and find the CD/ DVD player in your "My Computer" area. Select the CD/DVD playr, right click on it and choose explore. You should find a folder called drivers, choose the txt files and install them. Alternatively visit the Janome global site, downloads and download the update for your software, install it and it will replace all the drivers automaticaly for you.
here's how I do it. 1. Get the design into jef or sew format (the only kinds janome reads). You probably already knew this, but some newbies try to use pes or art files. 2. Save it onto your computer (and remember the name of the file). I have a folder in my computer labelled "embroidery files" and then have subfolders dividing up those designs - such as animals, flowers, fonts. 3. Hook your sewing machine up to the computer via the USB cable. 4. Pull up your Janome "Easy Transfer" program (it came as a CD with your machine - this is NOT the customizing software). 5. Use that program to find your embroidery file. It's not going to show sew and jef in the same file - you'll have to switch back and forth. 6. On your sewing machine, click on the bottom button (under the screen) that shows the computer to the sewing machine (the third one). 7. Now click on the computer software "write to machine" or whatever it's called (it will be on the top tool bar). 8. Your file will be written to the sewing machine's memory and organized by the embroidery hoop size (A, B, C). 9. It will stay in the sewing machine memory until you use the cable hookup to delete it (reverse of the writing). 10. The 10001 software ate lots of the resident memory in the sewing machine - you can't store as many designs in it as the 10000 would allow. That's perfectly ok, as it only takes a few moments to move designs in and out of the machine.
To be perfectly honest, I vastly prefer doing the USB cable transfer to using the memory card jammed into the card reader deal. It's easy and quick.
I too have just purchased a new machine and had same problem. You have to put the card in your sewing machine first to format it. My machine is a Janome 10001 but think it is the same concept. When I save a design from the internet to the card I have to drag the design into one of the Emb folders which will show up on your card after it is formatted. Then after saving the design I can go back to the Emb folder that I saved it in and it will show up on the machine. Hope this helps.