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I just purchased a Nook for my wife.  Neither her, nor I, are computer literate.  How do you connect to a PC to download anything.  I use Verizon for computer service which uses a USB device for internet connection.  We do not have wifi.  What to do?

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Re: Connection?

Get the Nook for PC program for your computer


Buy and download books using that.


Then, plug your Nook into your computer using the cable that came with it.


Copy the books to your Nook using that program.  No wi-fi needed at all.



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