That sounds suspiciously like you're not downloading the books. You're downloading samples, which are usually just about that long. How are you downloading them?
If you are using your computer to download them, what kind of computer are you using?
First of all, thanks your reaction!
The ebooks are full books, which I can read on my computer without any problem. The books have all pages.
I use a normal desktop computer, with Windows 7 op. system.
I download books to the reader as below:
- connected the reader to the comp, via the added USB cable,
- copied the books to the directory of the reader,
- and when turned on the reader, it synchronized the library.
I tried with memory card too, with similar result.
Have you tried to use the "go to page" feature on these books to go to a later page like page 100.... Thats not a fix but it could help diagnosis. Also, have you tried a full power off?
Yeah, I tried both of this. The go to option is working to page maximum 42, but I get empty page with higher numbers. I tried this more than 100 books, with similar result..
And I tried totally power off, delete all books, back the base (factory) settings.
Where did you get the eBooks from? What reader are you using to read them on your computer? Are you using Calibre or some other program to change formats? If using Calibre, have you tried using the 'send to' feature to get them on your computer?
The eBooks are Hungarian origin because of the language, and reliable handled by other readers.
In my computer I use specific readers depends on the extension of the files (for example Adobe reader).
I don't use Calibre. I have special converter programs to change formats, but my colleagues or friends can use my eBook files in their readers (Kindle, WayteQ, and so on).