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Can not send designs from pc to mc 10000 .

The easy transfer design program tells me "cannot be registered"

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  • Janelle Jan 11, 2009

    Hi i've just recently purchased a new computer ( well second hand anyway) I was running windows vista on my last one but now am running XP and I was able to send designs to my machine with the last computer but now i keep getting this annoying sending "cannot be registered" message whenever i try to use the usb cable to send designs. HELP ME im going crazy, I have uninstalled the program and reinstalled and downloaded updates and even tried to send designs using customiser 11000 but keep getting the same message. If anyone can help me it would be very much appreciated as i would like to keep my sanity.

    jgurl

  • rrsnid Feb 13, 2009

    I can't load anymore designs on my Janome 10000 from a flash card. I was told to delete designs from my memory, but I don't have my book with me. Any quick way to tell me?



    Thanks so much!!!
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Hi all have just solved the problem with a kind lady from Janome, the problem was my internal memory was all used up on my mc10001 - answer is delete some of your designs that you have put on your machine and gauranteed the next design you send via USB will be fine - no messages - woohoo im not going insane - sigh of relief. Anyway that is the solution - just delete a couple of designs and free up the space.
Cheers Jgurl

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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Sorry I've been away. I did contact Janome and I was helped with a very nice lady named Sue

Thanks. I enjoy this site.
rrsnid

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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