You seem to have more than one problem. First, the Iconia time, date and
time zone should be reset to your current location. That's the easy one.
At the same time, you should check the HP and make sure that its time, date
and time zone are also correct - just because....
There's a layer of technology that covers the use of ebooks and ereaders.
It stems from the Digital Millenium Copyright Act of 2000, and manages
digital rights to epublications. Every epublication that had a valid
copyright is affected. And that's where many of the issues with ereaders
come from. There are a couple of solutions described in the 'Technology
Blog Zone' that may help you to fix your issues. Start with THIS
and then try this
If you need help with your ereader, try THIS
Hope this helps!
Thanks for the reply.
I went back to the library and downloaded the Overdrive app or some such. A couple of young ladies knew a heck of a lot about the problems with ID ten Ter's like myself and suggested the Overdrive app as necessary anyway.
While LumiRead still won't work (excepting the Guttenberg Project) the new app works fine for getting my library books.
I did give them the links you included and they're saving them for future reference. They send their thanks. Seems I haven't been the only one having problems. Still not sure how it worked on the tablet and laptop for a while then decided to stop working.
In any case, I'm back to being a happy reader.
You're welcome - and so are they.
When things work for a while or a long time and then don't any more, it's
usually a software update along the line. It could have been one to your
OS, to the Nook or to the anti-virus software you use, if any. That update
may have occurred automagically and you'd not been aware of it at all.