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munchking
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Registered: ‎12-29-2010
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anyone know if there's a way to reset the nook color?

I was reading a book and while swiping to change pages, I was too low on the screen. It did a lot of strange things and now I can't get it to respond in anyway.

 

Any ideas?

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pjcone12
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Re: anyone know if there's a way to reset the nook color?

http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/t5/NOOKcolor-Technical-Support/How-do-you-reset-Nook-Color/m-p/7...

 

This should get you what you need.  Turn it off; Press the on/off switch and the nook "n" at the same time until the screen notification appears and then follow the prompts.