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Just a quick mention here. The Nook specialists at the local store have told me that the sd card they used to repartition was compatible only through 1.2.  There has been some problems with 1.3 and the stores have been sent  a new card (ours hasn't gotten theirs yet so they will call me when they get it.  They were not clear if those who reparttioned with 1.2 should have it done again after 1.3 updated. They called their upline and they had no answer either. Do you have any insight, Sam????

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Re: Re-partitioning

I had mine repartitioned after the 1.2 update, and I have no issues.  1.3 did not touch the partition size.

That's just my opinion, you can take it for what it's worth, or just leave it alone.