Does it show up under "My Documents" on your nook color? It might not show up in the main library but in the my documents section.
I was finally able to access my epub. It wasn't in the Documents folder. I tried a couple of things and don't know which one was the solution or if I just got lucky. A link (URLLink.acsm) but not the epub was showing up in the Books folder of My Files when I had the Nook Color connected to my PC. I found the epub itself in a folder called Digital Editions on the Nook and copied it to the Books folder of My Files. I also had a sample version of the same book from B&N so I don't know if that was somehow interfering. I deleted the sample version by logging onto B&N and deleting it from my B&N bookshelf. After doing those 2 things I was finally able to view the book.
Lois A. Hellie
220 Monarch Ln
Austin, TX 78737
Lois, I'm glad to see that you've been able to get things running. Many
people on the forum with Nooks have been experiencing a series of problems
with them. Some of it stems from the setup when you register it with B&N.
They want to be your ebookstore for all epublications, and they have used
proprietary code on the Nook so that it is a bit tougher to get ebooks from
other sources. What I see in your message indicates that B&N downloaded the
ebook to your Nook in .epub format. If you're going to download ebooks from
other sources, it won't be exactly the same process.
When you locate the ebook on a different site and start the download
process, ADE will open and let you choose between opening the ebook (in
Reading mode) or saving it. If you choose 'save', ADE will put the ebook in
the Digital.Editions folder on your hard drive in .epub format. It will
then show you it's there.
The 'URLLink.ascm' is an intermediate file that is part of the download
process. It contains information that ADE uses to find the ebook and
download it . If you see an .ascm file on your computer (Windows PC), you
can use the 'Open With' feature in Windows Explorer (NOT Internet Explorer)
to get ADE to open the file and then you should see it in the ADE library.
You can then transfer it to the Nook.
Hope this helps!