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I have 3d professional on my laptop but a 4d reader/writer. When I send a
design, it gives an error message of no d-Card reader/writer unit
connected. Can you help? Thanks.



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Re: 4d reader/writer
outtatime62 wrote:
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I'm sorry, I cannot.  Have you tried upgrading your
software?  Downgrading your hardware?  Or asking Husqvarna
for assistance?

http://www.husqvarnaviking.com/Us/2821_3070.htm


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Re: 4d reader/writer
On Thu, 18 Nov 2010 22:36:04 +0000, outtatime62 wrote:

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With some combinations of software and reader/writer you have to use the
same USB port each time you use the reader/writer. Another issue is the
USB Host Controller. Some laptop makers use USB Host Controllers that do
not consistently provide proper voltage for the reader/writer. This can
sometimes be corrected by using a USB hub with a separate power supply.

gwh



Re: 4d reader/writer
On 2010/11/19 02:38 AM, Wayne Hines wrote:
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I don't know what, if any, difference there is between the 3D and 4D
reader/writers, but have you installed the r/w with the software?  I ask
because I have had problems.  I bought a 3D r/w, expecting to use it
with my old Rose machine, and found that it had no software, and that I
should have bought the software first, then added the hardware to it.

I couldn't just connect and go, which is perhaps what you have been
trying to do, but had to install it first.

Forgive me if I'm underestimating you; I'm not a computer boffin, just
an embroiderer who gets help when necessary, and is thankful that I
usually can.

I sought help recently for a way to install the old customiser on an old
laptop I acquired, because the 3½" installation discs are corrupt, and
was told by Husqvarna that they no longer support even the 3D software!
  This shocks me, as I can't believe they expect people to upgrade their
equipment every couple of years! Lack of support for the old win 98
equipment is not surprising, though my r/w and cards are still in
working order, just unusable on Win XP.

Joyce in RSA.

Re: 4d reader/writer
 
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I have 3d professional on my laptop but a 4d reader/writer. When I send a
design, it gives an error message of no d-Card reader/writer unit
connected. Can you help? Thanks.
 
 
 
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Re: 4d reader/writer
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kitty wrote:

outtatime62 wrote
In order to use the 4-d card reader you have to have the 4d software..it
will not work with the 3-d software...and also the 3-d software and card
reader is not supported by windows 7 (or husqvarna for that matter)...you
can get the upgrade for the 4d software for the Vista ops though....


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