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but first please follow these steps:
1 : Visit our Frequently Asked Questions section.
Most questions are answered here.
2 : If you're not able to find an answer in the
FAQ section, please go to our contact
3 : If you have a registered version of Perito,
and are looking for troubleshooting advice or tips and tricks,
please register your copy on the site, and log in to the registered
users section for additional Help and FAQ's.
(1) What are the system requirements for Perito?
(2) Does Perito automatically overwrite older
versions of Perito?
(3) What disk format support is available
(4) What do I need to run Perito designs on
my embroidery machine?
Installation and Setup
What are the system requirements for Perito?
system requirements are a windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or XP PC,
recommended to have an Intel Pentium II Processor or above,
64 Mb of RAM (32 Mb required), 1.5Gb Hard Disk Space (at least
200Mb required), 256 colour monitor or better, CD Drive.
Does Perito automatically overwrite older versions of Perito?
Yes, if you install a newer version of Perito, it will automatically
overwrite all of the older files. As with most software, we
will be releasing new versions regularly with new and improved
What disk format support is available with Perito?
Perito can import the following files
from a floppy disk:
Pfaff PCS, KSM DST
Melco EXP XXX
can write the following files to a floppy disk:
Pfaff KSM DST
What do I need to run Perito designs on my embroidery machine?
Here for a quick assessment of your current needs.
Why does my computer run out of memory or hang when trying
to convert some images?
problem with the Image Conversion is that it is very large,
anything over 1800 pixels wide may cause the system to slow
down and run out of memory. To work around the problem you
will need to scale the image down. Follow these instructions:-
1) Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > Paint
2) Load in the image
3) Select Image->Stretch/Skew
4) Type 50% into both the Stretch fields, then press OK. This
will scale the design without any noticeable loss to the quality
of the design. Now save the file back.