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Transferring designs to a flash card to embroidery on my machine

I have a 9500 embroidery craft machine. I want to embroidery the designs from my 1000 disc. I put the designs on my computer but I don't know if I did it right because I don't know how to transfer them to my flash card. I need written instructions on how to do this.k Can you help me please!!!!!


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