Question about Husqvarna Viking Designer 1 Embroidery Arm Attachment Unit
I would like to use my windows 7 and in stead of my Dongle use a usb stick to transfer designs can this be done?
I took a class a couple of days ago at my local Husqvarna Viking store and my dongle wasn't working so the lady asked if I could used the cable. I have a Designer Topaz 20 and it didn't have the correct port to use the cable but U did have another USB drive and we were able to transfer the embroidery design to that and it worked just fine. I spoke with the manager yesterday about the dongle issues I have had ans she said that I can use any USB drive as long as it isn't too big because the machine can't read a drive bigger that 8GM. She says if you have more than that it take a really long time for the embroidery patterns to load. I hope that helps.
On a side note, I really wish this site didn't categorize Husqvarna Viking Products under "Floppy Drives". Yes, our embroidery machines are computers but it's not likely that the techy folks looking in the floppy drives category can even help us.
Hey, Fixya can we have a Husqvarna Viking category for sewing & embroidery machines?
Posted on Dec 14, 2013
Not quite sure what you mean however i will try to help
The need to transfer files from one hard drive to another is common when restoring from backup, to make more room on a drive by archiving files or to copy or move files to a portable hard drive.
Whether the destination drive is an installed second or third hard drive or is a portable hard drive, the procedure to transfer files from one hard drive to another remains the same.
Plug the destination hard drive into the computer if the drive is portable, and confirm that the computer has recognized the hard drive with a pop-up acknowledgment message.
Click the "Start" button then click "Computer" or "My Computer," and then double-click on the icon of the hard drive that contains the files to be copied.
When a window appears displaying the contents of the hard drive, navigate to the location of the files to be transferred.
Click on each file to be transferred while holding down the "CTL" key to select all files to be copied.
Right-click on one of the files that has been selected and click "Copy" in the menu that appears if you wish to leave a copy of the files on the hard drive, or click "Cut" in the menu that appears if you wish to move the files instead.
Double-click on the icon of the destination hard drive in the "Computer" or "My Computer" window to display the contents of the hard drive in a new window.
Navigate to the location on the hard drive where the files are to be saved.
Double-click on the destination directory to open the directory and then right-click on blank space inside the directory window and click "Paste" on the menu that appears.
A window will appear and display the status of the file transfer and disappear when the file transfer is completed.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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