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Old 09-04-2012, 05:03 PM   #16
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If you know the PID for those old Mobipocket eBooks, then the DRM should be able to be removed.
Most I could but at least two of them refuse to work properly. Of course at least one of them is around 40mb (a compilation of stories) so that might be the reason why. Anyway I shouldn't have to remove DRM from them since both sites are owned by Amazon and they should have made allowances for people to be able to read books from Mobipocket.com on the Kindle.
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