PC App - does it need to be unregistered?



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    Books_Anon
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    Default PC App - does it need to be unregistered?

    I will be replacing my computer and will be downloading the PC app to my new computer. Does the old one need to be unregistered or is ok to have more than one PC app downloaded on your account? Is there a maximum number of applications that can be linked to an account?

    Thanks for any guidance/assistance.

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    Default Re: PC App - does it need to be unregistered?

    @ Books_Anon: Welcome to NOOKBOARDS!

    That is a really good question. I am going to go wander over on B&N to see if there is an answer there.

    Hopefully, one of the very good techies here on NB's will pipe up with a definitive answer.



    Donna

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    Books_Anon
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    Thanks Donna. Yes, I could have introduced myself!

    I did check the user guide and couldn't find any references there or under the apps section of B&N but that's as far as I got before coming over here. I've been a regular lurker since I got my Nook a few months ago. Great site.

    Angie.

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    Default Re: PC App - does it need to be unregistered?

    Angie, sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

    As I might imagine, if you did a bit of wandering on the Internet, I cannot seem to find anything about this.

    Maybe give B&N CS (digital support - #2 option) a call would get you (hopefully!) your answer quick.

    I did run across this: http://bookclubs.barnesandnoble.com/...641100#U641100

    I am going to go put the Nook for PC (which I understand replaced the Barnes & Noble Desktop Reader - I never use this so this is what I still have on one of our PC's) on our other PC and see what it tells me. Hang tight and I'll let you know what I found out.



    Donna

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    Default Re: PC App - does it need to be unregistered?

    Angie, it looks to me like it really doesn't matter how many systems you have the software loaded on (I am talking NOOK for PC)... It just asks you to login to your B&N account so it can access their servers to get your eLibrary loaded on the interface.

    When I log off, but still have the NOOK for PC app running, I don't see my (B&N) eLibrary stuff.

    Does this make sense? If not, holler out.



    Donna

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    Default Re: PC App - does it need to be unregistered?

    I've had it on multiple machines working fine if that helps.
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    Default Re: PC App - does it need to be unregistered?

    Thanks for all of the input. I do access my library from 2 computers now but as I will be scrapping one I just wanted reassurance that I wouldn't have access problems from a replacement. I suppose I was thinking about the itunes model but this is much more flexible.

    Thanks again.

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