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Old 07-16-2017, 08:27 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Mountain343 View Post
So I tried the restore thing under library maintenance and it took about 7 hours but I believe most of the books are back.

One thing worth noting, I don't have a NAS system, nothing shared over networks, cloud, or anything like that. I'm the only one that connects to it, on a single computer, and use content server to download books onto my tablet, kindle, and laptop.

The thing I did notice is that the majority of the books that went missing, were new ones that I had searched/downloaded onto my laptop using the content server. I noticed there was a "grant write access" button on the content server user accounts tab, and I'm going to uncheck that. i don't know what it does, or if it's related, but it's the only thing I can think of changing.

I just wish I knew what happened to cause this problem.
You probably just deposited them in the Library folder (a No-No).
Add books is how Calibre learns what it has.
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