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Janome MC 10000 with Easy Transfer using jef files

I cannot transfer a file from my program "Monogramming Wizard" to the MC 10000 using Easy Transfer. When I try to open a JEF file in Easy transfer, I get a message 'file may be damaged' and it won't open it. OR, If it does open it, then when try to send it to the MC 10000, I get an error on the MC10000 "Internal Memory Error" and it will not receive the file. I am using a USB cable. What is wrong?.

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1. May be virus on your computer /malware or troyan horses/
2.Update your antivirus and do full scan.
3.If it not solve your problem, use the converter program * to jef.
4. If you hav not that program, contact me by ,,mamyan@in.com,, email adress.

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    I have good and may me say best knowlege of computers. Why can i help you?

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Try saving your Monogram Wizard design to your computer. Then open Easy Edit and Import the design using the drop down menu under File. Manipulate the design and then send it to the machine using Write designs. You will have to make sure the design is going to fit in the hoop correctly before you save it to .sew in the Monogram Wizard program. On the save screen... near the bottom there is a box about turning the design sideways and this is often the problem. Will be glad to talk more. tjsews@gmail.com

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Your internal memory files could be full and need some designs deleted, the monogram design might not be centred in the hoop so it registers outside the sewing field, The hoop selected might be too small for the design.

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