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Old 06-01-2014, 06:25 PM   #21
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Oh boy Pac, you need to use that picture a lot around here. Very cute.









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Old 06-02-2014, 08:43 AM   #22
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Lizzie, first try powering off your nook and then turn it on again after a couple minutes. I've had this happen and it worked. nope. rats.

Is your connection working on your computer? The first call I would make would be to Barnes and Nobel. Their service desk as been very good for me.
I had an on-line B&N chat with "Pierre", whose bottom line answer was to enter the password and all would be well. Crikey.

I'm assuming (this from a card-carrying technophobe) that if I'm able to access the Internet I must be connected, right?

And thanks to you, too, Pac, and for the Batboys.
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Old 06-02-2014, 09:31 AM   #23
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I have been reading off a basic Kindle for over 3 years. In terms of E-reading over traditional books, I am definitely NOT old school. I love-love-love my Kindle and managed to download many books for free on various sites.

Advice? Get a protective cover for your Nook and get an extra charging connection.
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Old 06-02-2014, 11:25 AM   #24
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I discovered that I could change my provider password on-line. So I did. Haven't tried it yet to see if that will solve my problem, but certainly hope so. On-line sure beats being on hold & being sent to various phone extensions at the phone/DSL company ad nauseum.

Thanks for the tip, chiklit. BTW, does being too close to Atlanta mean Alpharetta or Lawrenceville, for example? I lived in Roswell once upon a time.
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TinLizzie: My wife of 43 years and I live in the little tourist trap of a town called Senoia which is about 40 miles south of Atlanta.
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