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how do I get pictures and music on my nook!

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Re: how do I get pictures and music on my nook!

Check out your User Guide; in the PDF you can download to your computer, you might find the section starting on page 152 to be particularly helpful.  (The content is the same on your NOOK, but the page numbers will be different.)  Either way, it's the section entitled "Files and Folders"


You will need to have the data on your computer.  Make sure that the formats are OK -- JPG, JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG, MP3 and OGG (whatever the heck that is).  Connect your NOOK to the computer with the USB cord.  Drag and drop your items into your Nook.  ***Make sure that you place the items in the correct folders, and that the folder structure is OK -- this part may be helpful to consult the User Guide.  Make sure that you eject your NOOK properly -- and going to the icon in the lower right corner of your screen isn't the right way; I go to My Computer, click on the NOOK, and Eject.  That should do it!


Did that make sense?  Let us know if you still need help; but checking the User Guide to make sure that you have your images in the right folder(s) will probably be very helpful for you.

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