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Have a pcmcia-card with embroderies. How to find drivers to read the files?

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Having the same problem have contacted Bernina - the 180 came out before PCMCIA cards were invented - there is no solution - the 180 can only read bought cards with the designs already embedded and locked liz south africa

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    down load artlink then you will be able to read it - that is if it is Bernina personal card -

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