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Opps Technical Difficulties

This is the message I keep getting when I try to download my nook books on my PC. I log into my account on the website and it will not let me download any of my books in my library. If I do it through the Nook reader for PCs they are there and will download, but I want to be able to get them from the website. Any ideas/ help?

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Re: Opps Technical Difficulties

It works for me. It could be a problem with the browser you're using, or a problem with the web site ( is notorious for its unreliability).


But it's better to use NOOK for PC anyway, because the filename is better. It's better for humans because it contains the title (well, enough of the title to know what the book is), and it's better for your NOOK because it only has one dot in it. NOOK (1E, at least) won't open EPUB files whose names have more than one dot.


If you download from the web site, you're going to end up renaming every file you download. Using NOOK for PC saves you that grief.


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