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Hi i dont know if you know much about digitizer pro but im running version 2 L as far as i know as ive downloaded the updated software from the janome site. Anyway everytime i go to send a design to my sewing machine MC 10001 version 3 i get a message box that comes up as sending in the heading and "cannot be registered" as the error message. I would really appreciate some help as im just a beginner and im getting extremely frustrated almost to the point of saying enough is enough and getting rid of the program. But i really do want to use it - so if there is any way that you could possibly help me i would really be grateful.
Thanks for listening to me ramble before i go really crazy.
Sorry if you were waiting long, I must admit I was watching some football. So, from football to embroidery :D
I found this on the Janome FAQs:
Because Digitizer 10000 Version 1.3 is compatible with the Memory Craft 10001, 10000 V3.0, 9500 and 300E, you need to select which model you own in order for Digitizer to know how to communicate with your machine. Simply open EasyDesign, click on Memory Craft > Select Machine Model > and select your machine model number. Your icons for sending your designs will become available.
So, I know you probably have a slightly different setup to this scenario, but have you done the first part where you select the Machine Model, and then the Model Number? This is just setting the parameters so the software knows which set of rules to apply.
I always begin with the most basic stuff :)
Also, is there somewhere on the computer that will tell you the status of the Machine? It's possible that some 'service' needs to be running, so the Machine and the computer can 'see' each other and 'recognise' each other. If you can tell me anything along those lines, it would probably get us somewhere..
And how is the Machine plugged into the PC? USB?
And if you go to Control Panel > System > Device Manager, do you see any devices in the list with a yellow exclamation mark next to them?
Just some queries to be going on with. I think you should persevere, you been so frustrated by the thing that you deserve to make that next 'little leap forward'.
See, I'm rambling now.. See what you have done? :D
Get back to me with any more information/details/questions/ideas that transpire, and we'll put our heads together.
ps Don't worry if we have to exchange a hundred posts.. that's how we'll progress!
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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