Digital Editions keeps track of where the library is located in the
'Manifest.xml' file. If you used a utility program to move the Digital
Editions library, then the Manifest.xml file will not have the correct
location of the library and would give you this error.
Don't mess with the Zohan.
On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 9:01 AM, dldsnjdjhfdfdsjbdfsjdfsh
I am still confused...
There's about a million things that you could tell us to help make your
situation clearer, and thus the answer less confusing. You' can tell us
what you did, what kind of PC you're working on (whether it runs Windows 7
or Windows something-else) and how you downloaded and installed ADE. You
can tell us why you think that ADE should help you download ebooks. And
you can tell us what site you're working with. Anything more than you've
said so far that helps to clarify what you meant in your post will help us
be less confused - and help you to that goal as well.
On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 1:27 PM, dldsnjdjhfdfdsjbdfsjdfsh
Ok.I have Windows Vista, I downloaded ADE from this site. I am working from NetGalley.com to review books and the website says that if i dont have a Kindle I should be able to download the EBook straight from the website to ADE.
"this site" - ?
The normal process would be to register with Adobe, then download ADE,
which would install directly from the Adobe website. If you didn't
register, and/or downloaded ADE from somewhere else, then that might not
work. When ADE downloads, it installs itself, AND establishes the links to
its folders, so I suspect now that something went wrong during the
installation, rather than some issues that you might have caused using
Vista is not a 'robust' operating system, and it's also possible that Vista
'hiccuped' during the ADE install and screwed up the registry entries.
If you registered with Adobe and then downloaded ADE, we can check a couple
of settings to see what's up.
On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 8:14 PM, dldsnjdjhfdfdsjbdfsjdfsh