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I have not changed any permissions for DE or Flash Player manually. Reinstall ADE. I'll post any updates regarding the error and user setups in this thread. I originally had Adobe Reader 7, and I was perfectly able to download and view DRM-protected ebooks. http://auctusdev.com/io-error/io-error-network-request.html

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I tried temporarily disabling my Norton firewall but that didn't help either. Re: I/O Error (Ric_Wright) Aug 30, 2007 12:46 PM (in response to (Michelle_Dulfo)) I think there are two different problems in this thread, though they appear to be manifested the same I went there, where it shows a list of programs with boxes to check off for "Home/Work (Private)" and "Public". I note that one of the posters has AVG Free, which is a virus-checker.

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  • If so, please disable it for the eBook download.This is a feature you may want to leave turned off, as it can cause other issues with your computer.
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Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! One thing my users have in common is that they are not ebook enthusiasts. Thx. So what exactly do I have to do to resolve this problem and get it where the pages will open again?

Mac users Repair user permissions. After you've gone through the above steps, try downloading the title again. MacBook. http://www.hooverlibrary.org/faq/error-io-error-network-request They are well aware of the problem.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 37. First uninstall it from your computer. I am happy to trouble shoot in any way I can. I believe DE activates like Adobe Reader 7.

Kobo ereaders have been using RMSDK 10, which supports the new DRM, since July 2014 (firmware version 3.5.0). http://www.mobileread.mobi/forums/showthread.php?t=260829 Why is there a "Disabled"... text=Error #2038: File I/O Error. I am willing to try anything.

You may want to try turning them back on after you've successfully downloaded an eBook. http://auctusdev.com/io-error/io-error-parsing-multipart-request-richfaces.html Any help is appreciated! Go to: [My] Documents > [My] Digital Editions > Restore > Tasks then delete the contents of the folder. That did not work.

Is Internet Explorer set to the default security level? I look forward to any and all suggestions. Re: I/O Error (Martin_Krøger) Aug 30, 2007 12:03 AM (in response to (Michelle_Dulfo)) Debbie, Did you try named activation? his comment is here Our user is not able to download a DE file.

Still did not work. No mention of 3.0.3. This is the crux of the problem.

I have limited privileges with the firewall, but this should not have been a problem since I was able to view the ebook before.

HarryT View Public Profile Find More Posts by HarryT Track Posts by HarryT via RSS 05-21-2015, 12:37 PM #11 Nabeel Connoisseur Posts: 89 Karma: 506070 Join Date: Sep I didn't really think it would. I am convinced that that I need to do a clean uninstall of both DE and Reader 8. Memberships Any resident of Hoover or Jefferson County can get a library card free of charge.

Re: I/O Error (Debra_Singer) Sep 17, 2007 4:41 AM (in response to (Michelle_Dulfo)) Good to know I am generating some buzz. Also sometimes in these cases where it seems like something weird is wrong, simply restarting your computer might solve it. Stranger things have happened. weblink Clearing out the files as described below will completely remove the download attempt so you can start fresh. 1.

Als u Google Groepsdiscussies wilt gebruiken, schakelt u JavaScript in via de instellingen van uw browser en vernieuwt u vervolgens de pagina. . The problem exist ONLY on a MAC platform not on Windows which I think suggests that is has nothing to do with DRM-protection or DE but merely the uploading procedure that However, his co-worker on the same local network had no problems downloading ebooks on his machine, using Vista. Are there any temporary solutions to this?