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memory cards

Posted by LucyWaterCloset (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 3, 14 at 15:34

Does anyone know how to format a memory card with designs already on it so that I can use it as a re-write?

The reason I ask is that I can get cards for my Singer XL1000 that have designs pre-printed. I cannot find a write/rewrite card for the XL1000 so I was hoping to make my own.

Can anyone with computer savvy help me with this. I do know how to format however I do not know how to remove the "blocks" stopping us from doing so.

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RE: memory cards

I'm not sure this can be done at all. i know the Brother design cards cannot be erased.Some time i read of using SD cards and a SanDisk card reader- SanDisk ImageMate, Model No. SDDR-77. They said the large slot will handle a Bernina card. I don't know what your cards look like, you might do a search into this. It could be an answer for you if you can find a reader that fits. They were selling for 10.95 to 35.95 on line

RE: memory cards

Oh drat, I meant to include a pix of the ScanDisk!

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