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kalanikea
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Registered: ‎10-31-2011
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Recently lost internet access on my Nook Color

Aloha,

I have a new Nook Color.  I use it on occasion to check my ebay site.  When I try to access it now, it WILL NOT connect.  In the internet address bar, there is a "lock" icon which I did not add.  I'm having the same problem trying to reach bn.com and/or barnesnoble.com.  It simply will not connect (no "lock" icon though.)

I can access my gmail messages.

I would TRULY appreciate any help, advise, and/or opinions.   This started about 3 days ago.  My nook color is new, and I haven't experienced problems like this before.

Best Wishes for a Great Holiday Season.

Thanks, kalanikea.