I'm having the same problem did you get it to work?
I am getting the same error message. I just spoke to online support. I was told this is a technical issue and given a phone number to ring to get the problem fixed. I am unable to use the number as I get an unable to connect. I am now not sure what to do either. Can someone help please.
Here is what I got back
Re: Can't copy saved book to E-reader??!!
created by Frustrated in AZ in Adobe Digital Editions - View the full discussion
The whole ebook thing can be complicated by the technology. It's supposed
to be simple, and lots of us think it's just plug and play - but it's not,
because each device or program suite has requirements.....
The salesman at Best Buy is correct. Nooks do read epub formats, so that
part should work - when we get there. We have a few steps left.
When you downloaded 'ADR', I assume you meant Adobe Digital Editions
(ADE). I can assume from what you wrote that you are able to get ADE to
'see' the Nook and display it on the ADE bookshelf in Library mode [on the
left hand side of the panel]. You need to go to the B&N website and
register the Nook with them. You do that by attaching the Nook to your PC,
making sure that its screen tells you it's attached, and then going to
B&N. Use the Adobe ID you used when you purchased that ebook for your
son. That will simplify things immensely. When you're done, and logged
off the B&N website, you can open ADE, and make sure that it recognizes the
Nook again. At this point, you should be ready to do the transfer.
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Just finished with Adobe support. They had me launch ade and then hit control D. This then asked me if I wanted to delete authorization on this computer. After I said yes, when I went back to authorize it accepted my id and password and authorized my computer. I think he said control S would work for a device attached, but haven't tried that yet.
Thanks, I'll give that a try.
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Just finished with Adobe support. They had me launch ade and then hit control+SHIFT D. This then asked me if I wanted to delete authorization on this computer. After I said yes, when I went back to authorize it accepted my id and password and authorized my computer. I think he said control+shift S would work for a device attached, but haven't tried that yet.