Thread: New Cybook Gen3
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Old 05-29-2008, 08:36 PM   #12
delphidb96
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Originally Posted by john07961 View Post
Just to say thank you to everyone who has taken the time to help me out with my teething problems with my CyBook Gen3.

I have deleted all the documents and books that I had installed (I must admit that I got carried away and uploaded more than I should have and as a result slowed the poor reader right down) Have also reinstalled a system file that was missing.

Now all seems to be well so long as I leave the SD card out, at least this seams to be the case.

Once again many thanks to you all

John
John,

You *should* be able to 'fix' the SD card problem by erasing all the files from it (or tranferring them to a folder on your PC), formatting the SD card to FAT32 and then moving a few across, sticking it into the Cybook, letting the Cybook recognize the new ones and generate thumbnail files, loading a few more files... repeating as needed until all the ebooks are on the SD card. I know, it's a long, involved process, but it *SHOULD* work.

Derek
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