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Try unplugging the machine and turning it on again, it should reset, if not take it into Sears, go to the sewing machine dept, and ask a salesperson,, If all else fails send it into repair.

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The creative card will not insert fully. It sticks out about 1/8 inch. I have tried 3 cards and none work. Nothing appears to be in the slot. All cards stop at the same point.


Do you have the manual? I wouldn't suggest forcing the cards, because that might damage either card or machine. Try carefully vacuuming out the slot and inspecting it to see if there is anything in there blocking it.

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How do I know if this is a Machine issue, a Memory card issue or an error in the design file?


Read the files back to computer to check they are there. Open folder by pressing it , should then show designs

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Try a variety of cards to see whether it is just one faulty card, or the internal slot has a problem

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My machine wan't take it's memory card


Normally the machine will not read the card if the file does not meet the machine requirements: the embroidery has to fit in a 5x7 hoop, have less than 50,000 stitches and I think it is 21 color changes. The other probable is a bent pin in the card slot, which will require a visit to your local dealer.

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Try www.sewvacdoctor.com Jimmy

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if the card is not bent or damaged then the slot on the machine needs to be checked to see what wrong with it

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I have just bought a new computer which has no facility for the parallel port plug-in so my 3D software will not work. MIne is a Designer 1 which takes floppy discs. I have bought an external...


Hi Christine,

If I'm following you correctly, your computer lacks a parallel or "printer" port. This port accepts the male printer plug and would look like this:

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Most computers have this jack or port, but progress may be pushing them the way of the 5-1/4" floppy disk I suppose - in favor of USB ports instead. If this is correct so far, you have the option of installing an "expansion card" in one of the unused slots inside your computer. Most newer PCs have one or more PCI slots available for expansion card(s). Examples of these cards are network cards, sound cards and you guess it - serial and printer cards. Many of these functions are built into the motherboard nowadays, so there's not too much need for expansion slots - and those supplied seldom are used up.

You can purchase and install a printer card for short money. They look like this:



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Some of these cards may be bundled with a 9 pin serial or "aux" port or other function. Serial or AUX port card were popular with external modems and non-usb mice. Both of which have been dying off for some years now. Anyway, it's your choice whether to get just a printer port like the one above or one with additional connections on it as well. They can be purchased for under $10 (more if it has extra functionality). Here's a link to some offered for sale. You'll need to check the available slot type(s) you have in you computer - most are PCI and some offer the older ISA style. Look at the picture below to help identify the slots in your computer:

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In the picture above, the three long, black slots on the left edge of the board are ISA slots. The 4 shorter purple slots more towards the middle are PCI slots. The light brown slot to the right of the PCI slots is the graphics port. This slot or port as it is called, is neither ISA or PCI and is dedicated for a video card. This port is usually a PCI Express type slot, but some older PCs may have the slower AGP type slot instead. Prior to that was a very long slot - over twice as long as PCI called VESA Local Bus. These are almost never seen anymore. The earliest video slot was an ISA slot - like those on the left of your motherboard. You're going to be checking for an unused ISA or PCI slot in your computer after shutting it off and opening it up. If both are available, you should opt to buy PCI expansion cards instead of ISA expansion cards whenever you need to install a card - like the printer card shown earlier.

That's it. I hope this helps and good luck! Please rate my reply. Thanks.

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Connecting to a computer


Are you asking how to connect the Brother PE-400D sewing machine?  You have "how to connect the '4000D' to a computer and what risk if any".  Which machine are you asking about - these are two different sewing machines.  If you are inquiring about the Brother PE 400-D, then your answer is... this machine is NOT capable of being connected to a computer.  However, if you wish to purchase or download embroidery designs from the internet, you may look into purchasing the Brother PE Basic. This allows you to download embroidery designs from the internet to your computer hard drive and then load them on to a Brother memory card.  The Brother memory card can then be slipped into the proper slot for the memory card on the sewing machine.  You will need to purchase embroider designs that are in the PES format for you Brother machine to read it.  Hope this helps!

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