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Machine designs first designator is the file name. Your machine shows the file number for the design you want. You do still need to "select" that design number shown to actually begin teh file transfer from a thumb drive or cable direct from your computer if your machine has that feature.
Not really clear on just what your problem is. Are you making an embroidery pattern using a hoop? If so the machine automatically detects the area size the pattern can be embroidered in without striking the edges of the hoop. When a horizon pattern is too big for the stitching area of the hoop the machine switches it to sew vertically.
If this is your case, you can resize the pattern or flip the material to match the direction you want the pattern to sewn.
Also, not all patterns are designed by their creators to stitch out uniformly. Some hop from one point to another then back again making the pleasures of embroidery miserable. Try a pattern you have already successfully done before to test if it is the machine or the pattern.
Then there is factory reset. Check your manual on how to do this and visit the Baby Lock web site where you will find update downloads. Sometimes just powering off the machine and allowing it to set for an hour or so will also allow it to reset itself.
Last but not least and the answer we all hate to hear is, if none of the above are helpful you probable need to have the machine checked by a qualified service person.
Well in the system Bios or setup there are options where you can have the computer turn itself on automatically at a certain time. However, the fact that yours is turning itself on and off seems to indicate that it is either over heating or it is running into an issue when trying to boot and it keeps recycling the boot process. There is an option that you can set that will turn off automatic restart on boot. Turn off the computer and then turn it on and start hitting F8 repeatedly until you see Safe Mode as an option. Scroll down through the options and you will probably see an option that lets you stop automatic restart on boot, and take it if it is there. This will allow you to actually see the error message that is causing your computer to reboot itself.
As long as the screen is the connection type your computer has be it VGA, DVI, TFT, HDMI you can use any monitor. You are not restricted to a brand. Many of the manufactures do not make the monitors they get OEM ones and rebrand them to dell, compaq etc
if your talking about the yellow part of your image shifting, which would indeed be registration, you can do an automatic line position adjustment using the maintenance tab under user tools. if you keep having problems with this you may need a service technician to take a look. the machine calibrates itself by printing test patterns on the transfer belt, if its failing you may have a problem on the belt itself or the sensors reading the patterns.