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Old 10-13-2008, 10:53 AM   #4
desertgrandma
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Originally Posted by wallcraft View Post
The PID can have numbers in it, the error message is trying to indicate 7 alpha-numeric characters following by * and then 2 more alpha-numerics. See How to make Igor's script work. The most common problem is that the filename may need to be in quotes.

Well, that wasn't it......here is my command line, perhaps i'm not seeing something?

post content modified on Amazon's request

I"ve tried the book names with adn without quotes. However, since the problem is with my PID, that should make no difference.

I've double checked my serial number and ran Kindlepid at make sure pid is correct.

Suggestions? I'm so close!
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