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I am having trouble transferring designs from USB to my Janome 200E machine. I converted the design to JEF and copied it to the USB and tried to transfer it to my machine. The only design that came up was the EMBF file and nothing else.

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  • Helen Godfrey Dec 21, 2012

    That is what I am getting too. It just show EMBF and nothing else, so frustrated

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Ok, you need to put the file in the EMBF folder on the USB stick and the the machine should be able to see it.

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  • victoriat329 Oct 30, 2010

    I have also done this and it will show the EMBF but i still can not see the design. Help pls

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