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 10/16/2012 10:41 PM
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danice

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Hi I am unable to transfer the designs from the PC to my machine. It keeps saying can not be registered. I have only one folder that has been used for storeage. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks

Edited: 10/19/2012 at 12:04 AM by danice
 10/17/2012 08:44 AM
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danice you need to let us know what machine you are using.

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 10/17/2012 04:47 PM
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CherylAnn

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Is your USB/PC Card formatted for your embroidery machine? You need to copy your designs to the correct folder. EMB and inside that embf or My Designs - the name doesn't matter, just that you have a folder inside the EMB- that second folder is where you must place your .jef files. Janome machines use .jef format only.

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 10/17/2012 06:08 PM
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Danice, I think there is a clue in your question, ''I have only one folder that has been used for storage'' When a Janome machine flags up a cannot register, it is telling you you have overloaded your machine with designs. You don't store designs in your embroidery machine folder, you store them in a folder you create on your computer. Then when you want to stitch one of them, you transfer that to your machine. When you have stitched it, you either return it to your computer or delete it.

I would suggest you start transferring those designs you have stored in your machine to a folder on your computer.

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 10/18/2012 10:00 PM
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danice

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That would help its the Janome 1001. I keep getting the message cannot register. I have deleted some designs & I still have 2 empty folders. I finally figured out how to no longer have the message USB disconnected. I did not have the machine on during the driver installation. I was so excited but now its not registered so still won't transfer design.
 10/18/2012 11:59 PM
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danice

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Your right I went back & deleted more designs. I can now transfer to the machine. Thank you so much for your help I have been working on this problem for days. Love this forum now I have help when I need it.
 10/19/2012 03:08 PM
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digimad

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Danice, I know all the literature manuals advertisements stated ''store up to a 100 designs in your folders'' it didn't mean you should. In fact I think Janome realised they had made a mistake, the 10001 was the first and last machine to have multiple folders. The MC 10001 has a small built in memory and a small processor, ask it to read every folder with say 20 designs in each, and it will beg for mercy. Use only one or two folders with a few designs in them, say six maximum. Don't store your designs on the card you use in the machine, set up a folder system on your PC for storing designs.

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