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Old 11-26-2019, 06:50 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by latepaul View Post
Here's the device debug log:

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Code:
calibre 4.4 [64bit]  embedded-python: True is64bit: True
Windows-10-10.0.19030-SP0 Windows ('64bit', 'WindowsPE')
('Windows', '10', '10.0.19030')
Python 2.7.16+
Windows: ('10', '10.0.19030', 'SP0', u'Multiprocessor Free')
Interface language: en_GB
No device is connected
 
Looking for devices...
 
Devices possibly connected: None


Thanks
Is your Bookeen's exposed storage visible as a mounted drive in Explorer? Is the cable you are using a charge-only cable? Try another cable just in case.

At a wild eyed guess, the Linux file store gadget device is likely to be your Bookeen so it's possible that calibre does not recognize it.
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