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As of 7/17/15, Oneclickdigital was able to skirt this problem for iPods, as iTunes is involved in transferring the book to iPods.
We'll be discussing this with OneClickdigital, and seeing what can be done. We've posted a little more about this on the Statewide Services blog (below) and you can see we've changed the directions for transferring to MP3 players to include only books that are the Non-Protected type. Statewide Services Blog Post
Check Media Manager Preferences: 1. Open OneClickdigital Media Manager and click "Preferences" in the upper left. 2. Automatically download - your choice, we prefer No.3. iTunes detection - No 4. Use MP3 format - Yes. 5. Click "Update." Transfer wait time does not need to be set, this is also for iPods.
Folder on Device Corrupt: 1. Connect your MP3 to the computer and open its internal storage (browse files). 2. Find the folder called "eAudiobooks" and delete it (if there are multiples, delete all). This is the folder the OneClickdigital software makes on your device while transferring books. It will make a new one the next time you transfer a book.
This second option is more likely if you use more than one computer to transfer books to your MP3 player. If you use computers with different versions of Windows (like Windows 8 and 7) with your MP3 player, you may find you need to delete this folder fairly often.
Please close the OneClickdigital Media Manager and do this, it will revive the correct Microsoft files.
1. Go to: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=306792. Click Download3. Select file version: VSU_4\vcredist_x86.exe4. Click Next5. Click Save File6. Click Run - once file is finished installing you can reopen Media Manager & use audiobooks again.
Windows Uninstall Instructions:1. Go to your Control Panel. 2. Find "Programs"3. Select "Uninstall a Program." The list that comes up may take a minute to pull up. 4. Find "OneClickdigital Media Manager" in the list. Click on it once to highlight it, then choose "Uninstall" or "Remove." 5. Follow any prompts your computer gives you to uninstall the program. 6. Check for and delete any files and folders left over from OneClick: ---Go to "Documents/My Documents" then "Media." (not "My Media"). Delete this folder, it is where OneClick stores the files downloaded for books, old logins, updates, etc. ---Go to "Computer," click on your "C Drive" then "Programs" (if you have a "Program Files (x86)" use this). If there is a "OneClickdigital" and/or "Recorded Books" folder delete these.
Mac Uninstall Instructions:1. Open "Finder."2. Select "Applications."3. Find "OneClickdigital" in the list of applications.4. Drag this application to the trash.
When you have fully uninstalled the program, reinstall it. There are install links on the Software & Apps page.
---Title---Author---How you were attempting to use the book (on Windows computer, or mobile app on an iPhone). Sometimes a glitch in book files only shows up on one version of the software.---If you want to be notified when the book is fixed (some people do not).Books can have corrupt files or be out of order on the server. Depending on the publisher of the audiobook this may take some time to resolve. Thank you for taking the time to report this.