It's possible that the Acer ereader (which I assume is what you mean by
"e-book") did not complete its update before it was disconnected from the
Sorry, yes of course, I mean e-reader L But I did not see that any synchronizing with the reader was done. Anyway I shall try again. On the PC I used the Acer software, but I can’t find it for the Mac.
Thank you, anyway!
The process for 'synchronization' is the same on both PC and MAC. Let me
go through it from start to finish, so we're talking about the same thing
at the same point in the process.
When you plug your ereader into the computer, it recognizes that you have
done so, and sets up a path to enable you to use it. Usually, the ereader
is shown as an external hard drive, because the operating system cares only
about device type. When you activate ADE, it will see the ereader, because
it looks for the identifier in the ereader that tells ADE what kind of
ereader it is.
When ADE shows the ereader in its bookshelf panel (left hand side of the
Library View screen), you can drag and drop ebooks from ADE onto the
Now the tricky part - closing up shop.
When you're done, you close ADE. BUT the ereader may not be finished with
its updates. It should tell you when it's done, and, at that point, you
should use the system utilities to eject or detach the ereader logically
from the computer. After the computer tells you or shows you that this
step is completed, you can unplug the ereader from the computer.
If you unplug the ereader before this point, you may interrupt the
housekeeping routines it goes through, and you'll have a corrupt ebook.
Thank you, perhaps I really did unplug the reader too soon. ADE sees the reader as I wrote before and I did drag and drop the book. I will try again and report.
Thank you very much
It took quite so
It did word, as you advised and I thank you very much for your help. So the Acer Software is not needed at all. It works just with Adobe Digital Reader and this exists for Mac. I wonder, why they did not write me so from Acer. Thanks !