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Old 12-22-2009, 11:26 AM   #2
Marcy
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Originally Posted by leday View Post
I have to start using Calibre for my file transfers to my Sony Reader 700 since my reader library software is not working anymore (very frustrating). I tagged a book with a collection title and transferred the book from Calibre to my reader. The book transferred to my reader OK (I can see it from "Books" and open it from there), and Calibre created the correct collection folder but it did not transfer the actual book to the collection. The folder reads "no books" in the collection. What happened here and how can I get this fixed?
I am by no means an expert, but I find that if I let my reader near Sony's useless piece of crap software it deletes all the collections I painstakingly created with Calibre. The only solution I found is to delete everything on the reader and then export it again via Calibre -- this fixes my collections. The key is to never, ever have your reader plugged in when you open UselessPieceOfCrap^WSony Reader software. Change the name of the program so it can't automatically open when you plug in your reader.

I bought a few books from the Sony Store because I had a gift card -- I downloaded them to my computer, stripped the DRM from the epub and then put them on my reader via Calibre.

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