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Im having problems with the hasp-4 device drive for artista 180 sewing machine, its not letting me use it saying not installed

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Is this the type that is computer controlled? Do you have the software and drivers installed and updated?

Posted on May 14, 2010

  • pattypayne25 May 14, 2010

    I don't know that much. Thats what Im hoping you will know. Im thinking the computer reads it some how and sees its installed. Its not reading it its a HASP-4 for a Artista 180 sewing Machine which is a Berninia. it just keeps saying it is not installed. I have used it before, but was disconected for a while.



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