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Old 01-20-2011, 04:02 PM   #1
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Books disappearing from NookColor after eject

Tried to search for an answer for this problem, but could not find one.
After I have transferred my book from Calibre to the SD Card on my Nook Color, I can see that Caliber shows that the book is on Card A. Once I eject my Nook and try to view the book, it is gone from the SD Card. The directory is there on my SD Card, but no files in the directory. I have tried this several times.
If I transfer the book to my main memory, I don't have any problem.
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Old 01-28-2011, 02:52 PM   #2
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I have a similar problem. I send the books to main memory, but they show up on BOTH the main memory and the SD card. Then I delete them from the SD and Calibre shows everthing in the right place and when I disconnect the NC everything is good. Sadly, when I reconnect the NC, Calibre shows the books ONLY on the SD - removing the books from the main memory.
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