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Old 11-21-2010, 08:56 PM   #3
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Device: Irex Iliad (Dead), EcoReader (Smashed screen), Kobo Touch
Even when I just pull the plug, and get an improper disconnection dialogue, I still have no files actually transferred to the reader, even tho when I plug it back in, OS X seems to think there are files on the internal memory.

I've basically given up on getting files on to the internal memory, and just use an SD card with a usb reader.

Also, I'm on OS X 10.6, which might make a difference, and an EcoReader, rather than a BeBook, but identical problems.

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