Hi! It sounds like you have set up your Nook and ADE so that they work
together and with library software. And if you can read other ebooks that
aren't from a library on your Nook, then it's probably not a setup issue.
So, I am thinking that the issues you're having deal with something in the
ADE just copies the text from the source location to its library. ADE does
not edit or change the text in any way. Library book software can do certain
things with the 'tag' file that contains publishing rights. Chief among
them is to set a time and date for expiration of the loan. If your computer
or Nook clock does not display the same time and date, it's possible that
the information from the library is getting screwed up so that the Nook
shuts down the ebook. So, the first thing I'd suggest is to check the time
and date settings in both places. It would be interesting also to try and
read the ebook on your computer via ADE and see if the same problem occurs.
You could contact the library help desk and get information on what software
they're using - that might point to an issue in it if it's the same software
at multiple libraries from which you've downloaded ebooks.
Hope this helps!
Just to clarify my explanation. After the C.Nook freezes....I put it to sleep
................wake it up........and then it works again until the next unrequested highlighting incident.
B&N is sending me another "replacement" but I am now suspicious that the C. Nook is not the issue. I have the latest software on the Nook.
One of my frustrations is the lack of technical understanding for troubleshooting purposes on the part of Nook support. It seems to me that Adobe and B&N and all the other Ebook manufacturers need to work on smoother software experience and some diagnostic programs.