It never ceases to impress me how a problem can be repeated in a short
time. Yesterday, we were addressing this same issue in another thread....
You haven't told us what environment you're in, but from the information
you included in your post, it appears to be Mac Lion. ADE does not work
with Lion or Mountain Lion - reasons unknown. So, if this is true, then
your efforts would be a non-starter, no matter what you did..... Adobe may
- or may not - be working on this compatibility issue. Some of their
employees troll the forum, so maybe we'll hear from them.
No, I'm not running Lion or Mountain Lion. I'm running OSX 10.6.5, which is Snow Leopard, the one before Lion or Mountain Lion.
And just as an added note: if I download drm free books, they work fine in digital editions. It's these two books that I can't get to work.
OK. Snow Leopard worked with ADE, so, we have a different series of
There are several folks who have posted to the forum that ebooks they
downloaded recently from Google didn't work. I'm suspecting an issue with
Google, not with ADE. I'm guessing here, but logic tells me that it has to
do with the way that digital rights are being applied by the Google end, as
you say that the ebooks used to work fine, and those without digital rights
continue to do so.
You report that reinstalling ADE hasn't changed anything. Generally,
that's going to be the case, especially if it worked for a long while and
I'd go back to the Google tech support folks and see if there's something
Hi everybody, I have the same problem on Windows7 and Ubuntu 12.04
same problem with one book in windows 7
it says that i have reached the device limit but i actually have only 2 devices
come on adobe what a pity this service