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Viking sewing machine programmable card

Trying to use my Viking 1+ to stitch out from programmable cards (256 and 512)... Using the 4D software, the .HUS file has also been saved as .VIP and .VP3...but none of the files is displayed as those formats on the Viking 1+ screen...but rather, the display is PEC!
The stitching out begins for about a dozen stitches or so, and then just sits in one place and sews.
I have already followed the same procedure you suggested before, but nothing has changed. 
I just got it back from the Viking repair through the local Viking dealer. The Viking repair tells me simply, 'the machine doesn't read programmable cards.'  Of course, it did...right up until it didn't!

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Programable cards do eventually pack up. Test it with your reader writter.

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