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I can't get a design to transfer to my sewing from the computer. I even hooked it up with a wire so the problem must be in the sewing machine.

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  • callieprince Dec 28, 2008

    I just bought a USB Serial adapter, but there are no instructions. I don't see anywhere it is going to fit. My machine is now hooked to a wireless router.

    I have tried all the bits per second. Nothing worked.

    I appreciate you trying to help me.

  • sweetjujus Dec 28, 2008

    I have purchased a USB Serial cable which is connected to the cable which came with the software...it goes from computer to machine. The computer recognizes the Port. I've changed all the settings from high to low (and back) and the bps on the machine matches what is set in the computer. It will not transmit at all. What am I doing wrong?

  • sandysoos Mar 24, 2009

    I AM USING USB 2.0 TO RS232 CONVERTER AND CANT GET IT TO WORK . IT KEEPS SAYING ERROR OR CARD WRITER NOT FOUND I NEED THE CONVERTER BECAUSE I GOT A NEW COMPUTER AND THERE IS NO PLACE TO PLUG MY SINGERXL 6000 MACHINE OR MY PSW 1.00 CARDWRITER INTO, BUT I CANT GET EITHER ONE TO WORK.
    THANK YOU

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Hi Callieprince,

I am sure i will be able to help you, but i need more info:

  • Do you connect directly from the machine serial port to an old computer serial port, or do you connect from the machine serial port, via a serial/usb adapter to usb?
  • Does your computer reconize the communication port?
  • If you click on "transfer to machine", there is a port icon, and also a bits per second icon, which can be changed by clicking on the little black upside down triangle. Which ones are you using?
If you can answer my questions, I will respond as soon as possible

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

  • Theo du Preez
    Theo du Preez Jan 08, 2009

    You can contact me by e-mail: dupina@mweb.co.za and I will e mail you instructions on how to connect your computer and embroidery machine. Please put XL 6000 in the subject field

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