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After posting this question I found a suggestion on the Nook Forum, tried it and it worked. I figure that I might as well share it. In Windows Explorer you need to name the SD Card "NOOK SD" (right-click on "removeable disk" and use "rename") and then copy the folder ".adobe-digital-editions" (with its contents) from the Nook to the SD card. When you start up ADE, both the NOOK and NOOK SD show up as devices. The sources for the "borrowed books" are no longer missing and the books can be read from the SD card. I'm not sure why this isn't explained anywhere but I'm happy now.
Thank you!!!! This was driving me insane.
I have been trying to get this to work for too long now. Lots of wastrel time
The work around above allows ADE to see my SD card, A big step forward.
I am trying to get ADE to save to and read from the SD card on my Bookeen Cybook Gen 3.
copying the ".adobe-digital-editions" folder as above to the SD card makes ADE recognise the SD card as a device and I can save to the card from ADE.
Unfortunately the books now saved in the Digital Editions folder on the SD card do not show up on my reader, no matter what I label the SD card as.
It may work on the Nook but does not fully work on the Bookeen Cybook Gen 3.
I will raise a ticket at Bookeen and see if I can get a work around or solution.
Soooo close but not there yet