Check your system time and date settings. A lot of these errors occur due to invalid time settings and the server things you are trying to activate a license that logically could not yet exist. Conversely check your Nook and verify the validity of your keys. In case of doubt it may help to do a firmaware reset and reinitilaize the device.
The date and time that appears on my laptop are correct for my time zone (Mountain). Is there somewhere else I need to set the time to correct the problem? Thank you very much for trying to help; I’m ready to tear my hair out.
As I read your first post, you can't even activate ADE on the computer, you haven't had the chance to try the Nook yet?
Normally I'd say keep trying, but 3 days seems enough ....
Try disabling your firewall temporarily during registration and see if that helps.
Try with ADE v1.7.2 instead of V2.0. It is more reliable in various ways.
Version 1.7.2, it is a little difficult to find, available on Adobe site for Windows and for Mac.
The forum software is sometimes corrupting the link above. There shouldn't be a blank in 'editio ns.html'. The following redirects to the same page: http://tinyurl.com/diged172
right, no chance for the Nook yet. I’d disabled my firewall for installation but not for activation of my laptop, so I’ll try that. And then version 1.7 if that doesn’t work. The link came out right in this email. Thank you for the suggestions.
Thank you, sjpt! I had a chance this morning to uninstall Adobe Digital 2.0 and instead install version 1.7.2 and when I clicked on register computer, I was told it’s authorized and – now so is my Nook. Guess my old Vista operating system just couldn’t handle the most recent version. YorkieMom1951