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Trying to export a design to my machine via a USB Cable to the machine but for some reason after using this proceedure for years it has given me an "error failed to send design" message, what do I do

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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You need the USB Manager software to view the files. Have a look at all the software that were supplied with the machine. Load the embroidery software on your laptop and then open the USB manager.

When it opens it will show a light blue screen and grey icons to the left. Click in "disk", then click on "read disk" and you should be able to see your designs. The grey icons will turn orange were designs are stored, and the grey ones indicate empty space for more designs.

Enjoy your fantastic machine

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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The memory card cannot be over 128 mb. Also the files need to be .jef format and stored in an emb folder on the card. I hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Cannot get Janome 10001 to read via USB direct link from computer

I was having the exact same problem and just a minute ago was able to fix this. If you have the original installation cd for customizer 10000 plus when you first connect your usb cable from the machine to your xp machine choose the option to install the new hardware yourself. Then point to the cd rom drive and the drivers folder, win 2000 and the file inside of that will be the driver file. As soon as you install from this file it will be successful and you will be able to see all your Janome 10001 machine files on your computer when you work with customizer 10000 plus software. Let me know how it goes.

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Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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SOURCE: need help with transferring designs to machine

Put the cd into your computer drive and open it. Put your usb stick into one of the ports and open it as well. You must have the emb folder on the usb stick to put the designs into. If they are not there already- turn off your sewing machine and put the stick in. Turn on the machine and go to settings, then embroidery. Find the one that says Format. and touch that one and then let it do it's thing.

Once you have the folders on the usb stick- you can highlight the design name you want from the list (cd file) and drag it to the folder on the usb stick. Alternatively... right click on the design you want to move. Select copy. Open the folder on the usb stick and right click inside it. Select Paste. The design should appear in the folder for the usb and then you can take it out of your computer... put it into the machine and find the design.

If I can help with anything else... lmk.
Tracy in Nashville, TN

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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Check that the onboard memory is not full, and if it is, remove some (delete after saving) and try loading the new ones....
Phone the dealer where you bought it if you have no joy, they are there to help, or find out more for you.

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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