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Transferring I have been trying to send a design from my computer but can,t get it to go through. I,m sure I am missing a step but don,t know where

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Exactly where you are trying to send the designs let me know properly

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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  • hemant somaiya
    hemant somaiya Jun 17, 2008

    check whether you have not paused the send button in your computer.or it could be you are using corrupt software try the same thing after restarting your computer.

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    hemant somaiya Jun 17, 2008

    your pc would be missing particular software which is required for sending your designs.try reloading that software.or let me know from where exactly you are sending.

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    hemant somaiya Jun 17, 2008

    keep me updated

  • hemant somaiya
    hemant somaiya Jun 17, 2008

    what message comes on your pc after you send your designs.let me know that first.

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Give the model and the make please

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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  • Maanita Chadha
    Maanita Chadha Jun 17, 2008
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    Maanita Chadha Jun 17, 2008









    I was sending designs to my MC10000. A message came up that said
    something about damaged memory. Now what do I do?

    This message may be one of the worst-worded communications of all
    time! It says that your Internal (or PC Card) memory is damaged, and
    gives you the option of formatting or canceling. To understand what's
    going on, you need to know how designs are stored in memory. Let's
    suppose we have 3 designs of different size, A, B and
    C
    . they might store something like this:

    AAABBCCCC

    Now let's delete design B, which leaves a gap
    in memory: AAA..CCCC

    Next, add design D, which is bigger:
    AAADDCCCCDDDD


    As you can see, this design is now fragmented
    into 2 parts. As you add and delete designs repeatedly, this process
    causes the memory to become more and more fragmented. Eventually
    nearly all the designs will be split into many small parts. When this
    happens, the MC10000 is supposed to detect it and advise you. In the
    case of the built-in memory, it's supposed to prompt for a PC Card to
    be inserted. The designs in memory will then be copied to the card,
    internal memory will be cleared, and then the saved designs will be
    copied back. In actual practice, this rarely happens. Instead you will
    get the Damaged warning. Sometimes choosing the
    Format
    option will correct the problem, but if it doesn't you can
    usually correct the problem with this procedure:



    1. Copy all of the designs that you wish to save
      into a folder on your computer. (Menu option MemoryCraft -> Receive
      Designs
      ). This must be done twice, first with the Use Open/Save
      Folder
      option unchecked, and again with it checked.



    2. Delete all of the designs in memory. (Menu
      option MemoryCraft -> Delete Designs). This must be done twice,
      first with the Use Open/Save Folder option unchecked, and again
      with it checked.



    3. Turn the machine off, then back on again. You should
      now be able to send designs to the machine without any error message.


    In persistent cases, you can
    force the memory to be cleared by reloading the latest machine
    software update. Of course you will lose all saved designs, but there
    is no way to recover them once you get this error.
    In the case of a
    Damaged Card
    message, when using a PC Card, the Format
    option usually does not work. You can try the procedure above,
    selecting the PC Card for each step instead of the Built-in
    memory. If you have
    the ability to read and write the PC Card in your computer, you can
    delete all files and folders from the card, after copying whatever you
    need to save. Remove the card from your computer and put it back in
    the sewing machine. Then replace the saved files, either by sending
    them through the cable or by copying them with the card in your
    computer.
    In severe cases you may have to format the
    card to continue using it. If you are are running Windows 98, and have
    the ability to read and write the card in your computer, you can format it there. (How? See
    this.
    ) For Windows 2000 and Windows XP, this may not be possible,
    as they tend to format the card with a more advanced file system that
    the MC10000 does not support.
    However, if you place the card in your computer and delete all
    files on it, that may take care of the problem.

    Important!

    This message can also appear if the design being sent to the machine
    is corrupt in some way. If you are sending a design from Digitizer
    10000, see this FAQ as well.























    [Home] [MC10000 FAQ] [Update FAQ] [Digitizer FAQ]


  • Maanita Chadha
    Maanita Chadha Jun 17, 2008










    What maintenance is required for my machine?

    After every 20-30 hours of operation, it's a good
    idea to remove the needle plate and bobbin case. Clean out all the
    lint that has accumulated under the bobbin case. In the center of the
    hook basket (the round metal piece that the bobbin case sits on),
    there is a hole with a wick in it. DO NOT PULL OUT THE WICK! Sometimes
    people confuse it with lint. Put 1-3 drops of light sewing machine oil
    on the wick, replace the bobbin case and needle plate. Do not use
    3-in-1 oil or WD-40. Both are very sticky and can leave residue that
    will cause problems.
    All other maintenance must be done by your dealer. If you use the
    machine 20 hours per week or less, your dealer should see it at least
    once per year for cleaning and maintenance. For heavier use, your
    dealer should see it twice or even 3 times per year. Keeping the
    machine clean will greatly lengthen its life and prevent problems.























  • Maanita Chadha
    Maanita Chadha Jun 17, 2008


    When I convert PES designs to JEF with Digitizer 10000, I have
    trouble sending them to the 10000. Why?

    There is a problem with Digitizer 10000 through
    version 1.0C. When a design in PES format is opened in the
    EasyDesign
    program, and subsequently saved as a JEF
    format design, the design cannot be sent to the MC1000 using PC Link.
    If you put the design on a PC Card, the MC10000 will report that the
    card is damaged when you try to access that design. The problem comes
    about when the PES design begins with a single lock stitch in
    the center of the hoop. Digitizer fails to start the saved JEF
    design with the proper code, leading to a corrupt design. You can
    detect and repair these corrupted JEF files using our free
    JEF Design Repair Utility.
    Important
    Update

    This problem has been fixed with Digitizer 10000 version 1.2.
    Get the update here. See important cautionary information on this
    page.

  • Maanita Chadha
    Maanita Chadha Jun 17, 2008

    for factory default



    http://clubj.onlinesewing.com/






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Hi,


Please CLICK HERE to view the user manual.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

  • Priya darshan Jun 17, 2008

    All manuals are available in PDF Format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to get the free Adobe Reader.

    Goodluck..

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