|09-12-2010, 05:15 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Device: Kindle 3, Nook Color
Here is a informational tidbit that I just discovered. If I have an Ipod Touch plugged into my usb ports on my computer, my Kindle will not go into the usb mode where I can access the document folder. Tried everything, restarted, changed ports, etc, nothing worked. Until I unplugged the Ipod. Wow.
|09-12-2010, 07:32 PM||#3|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Device: Kindle 2, Kindle 3 & iPad
(I'm assuming here that your computer runs windows)
Does your Kindle always come up as the same drive letter (eg D: )?
Does your iPod always come up as the same drive letter?
If so, Windows always tries to have a given external drive come up as the same drive letter every time you plug it in. If that letter is already in use, then you can't access the drive.
You can change what drive letter gets assigned to your Kindle from "Computer Management", under "Disk Management". The quickest way I know to start Computer Managementis to do Start, Run, enter "compmgmt.msc". You'll probably want to google how to change drive letter assignments if you can't puzzle it out - from memory it's not too hard.