Hello, Nook Color geniuses,
Several of you helped me last month, (NookGardener, Wulfraed, kamas716, etc.) when I could not figure out how to add items to my micro usb card and clean up the internal memory.
I have another question that runs along the same line.
I have moved the books that I had bought directly from Barnes & Noble to my computer and then copied them to the chip. I then archived the downloaded copy to free up the internal memory.
I want you to know what the Nook shows me after following the procedure.
When I start the Nook Color up, no books show up at all across the bottom of the page. Is this normal because they are no longer on the internal memory?
The books are now on the chip (where I wanted them to be). How do I access the books on the chip without having to download them again?
On the micro card, all of the books are numbers. How do I get the book title's or the book cover picture to show up so I know what book I am opening?
I can access the books easily, but as I said with the numbers as the only "title" it is a crap shoot for me to know what book I am opening. While it is nice to have more space for books, it is difficult to know which one is which.
I should mention that I experimented by opening up one of the files on the chip and it went right to title page, there was no book cover photo, just in case that aspect is important.
Is this just the way it has to be now? Because the idea of opening each file up to see what book it is seems silly to me.
I have another question, but I am not sure this is the correct forum for it. If you have a functioning Nook color would you (or did you) upgrade to one of the Nook Tablets?
I am not into movies or television shows, I love reading, so I would not need HD for any reason, right?
---Just to show that I am not the most boring person on the planet and sit around all day reading, I also love to experiment with my recipes for artisan bread baking, I love my flower garden and I am a Demo for the Stampin' Up! company crafting too. It amazes me how much reading I can fit into doing all of those things.---
Thank you for any and all help or advice you give.