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Re: USB CABLE

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  • financialtraveller
    I just noticed in the manual that the adapter is proprietary. So-up the creek without infrared unless you want to spend $46 for a cable and adapter from
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 30, 2005
      I just noticed in the manual that the adapter is proprietary. So-up
      the creek without infrared unless you want to spend $46 for a cable
      and adapter from Bookeen. Don't know if the adapter alone is
      available - doesn't look like it. Another reason why I use the
      eBookwise more and more.






      --- In cybook@yahoogroups.com, "Ellen V. Hage" <ehage@h...> wrote:
      > Yes I have had this happen to me. I bought the A to B cable along
      with the
      > male adapter thinking I could have a back up without sending all
      the way to
      > France for a spare. It looked the same as the original and that's
      about it.
      > Needless to say it was a waste of my money. Apparently the cable
      that
      > Bookeen sells for the Cybook is a special set up. I don't know
      what the
      > specs are, maybe it's listed somewhere.
      >
      >
      >
      > Ellen
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > The cable w/adapter lasted about as long as I expected before
      breaking
      > at the adapter (2 months). I replaced it with a USB A to A male
      cable
      > but am unable to make a connection to my computer now. Anyone else
      > have this problem?
      > Thanks
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