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Old 03-20-2010, 12:08 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by rmm200 View Post
Adobe Digital Editions has it's own UI. When you run it, it should detect your reader and let you authorize.

I would be more specific if I remembered the steps I used...

Robert
FYI: On the Mac. (I think this applies to windows to though)

ADE will only be able to connect to the Sony readers if you install the Sony library software first/also. The Sony library software includes the "drivers/kext/whatever" that ADE needs to connect to them.

You don't need to use the Sony library software... just have it installed.

Also, with the most recent versions of Sony Library software you don't even need ADE.

BOb
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