ADE has embedded your old ADE ID in the ebook files that you downloaded
when you used it. Because of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act of 2000,
ADE won't let a different ID access those ebooks. So that's how you got to
ADE is flexible to a degree. It will let you deauthorize under one ID and
reauthorize under a different one. So what you can do is deauthorize ADE
under the new ID using CNTLSHIFTD keys at the same time. Then, shut down
ADE. Bring it up again, and ADE should ask you to authorize the computer.
Use your old ID and password. ADE then will be 'connected' to your old
ebooks. Once you've gotten them back, then I'd leave the computer's
authorization set to the old ID.
Hope this helps!
Many thanks for your reply!
Unfortunately, I don’t have my old ID and password anymore. And I can’t find it out. My email address has been the same ever since. So I can’t get my password reset as I created a new one under that email address.
I think the only chance I have is to contact the various online shops where I bought the eBooks. Maybe they generate a new download link for me.
Thank you anyway,
Von: Frustrated in AZ email@example.com
Gesendet: Samstag, 15. Dezember 2012 22:57
Re: Can't access my eBooks from previous computer