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Old 04-08-2008, 12:37 PM   #2
delphidb96
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Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Citrus Heights, California
Device: TWO Kindle 2s, one each Bookeen Cybook Gen3, Sony PRS-500, Axim X51V
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Originally Posted by cmbs View Post
I searched the forum and didn't find this even though it was there, so I am just making a post with the instructions right here, hopefully it will be easier for others to find. And now I've copied it to the troubleshooter forum, maybe I should have put it here to begin with.

Problem: your borrowed ebook won't open, you're getting a message "this book is not active yet".

How to set the cybook internal clock so your books will open:

1) In a text editor, create a file with the current date and time in this format:
2008-04-08-10:45 (24hour time)
save the file, naming it rtc.dat
2) Plug your Cybook to your computer through USB and delete all time bomb ebooks from your library (files initially transferred from your public library).
3) Copy the “rtc.dat” file to the Cybook “/system” folder.
4) Unplug your Cybook.
5) When you are back on the “Library”, switch off your Cybook.
6) Switch on your Cybook.
7) Plug the USB cable again and copy your public library titles to the Cybook (or to the SD card) “/eBooks” folder.
8) By the way, you can check that the “rtc.dat” was automatically deleted (i.e. taken into account) from the “/system” folder.
9) Unplug, when you are back on the “Library”, you should be able to open the public library titles.

This should be a one time procedure to set your system date which will stay coherent thanks to the internal clock battery. (according to bookeen)

If you don't mind, I'd like to post this set of instructions to the NAEB website. Would that be okay?

Derek
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