OK, strange things...my computer does not recognize the USB device from my Kindle when I plug it in. And it won't even charge my Kindle. Any suggestions?
Also, egh34, the K1 didn't really charge fronm the USB cable unless you had a special 3rd party cable. Don't know about the K2?egh34 said:OK, strange things...my computer does not recognize the USB device from my Kindle when I plug it in. And it won't even charge my Kindle. Any suggestions?
Bite your tongue!Betsy the Quilter said:Thanks for the info about the K2 charging from the USB--I'm a K1 owner and wasn't sure.
Yes, we're going to need to be specific about which Kindle we're talking about until the K1s all pass away....
looks just like your avatar LOL LOL LOLBetsy the Quilter said:Hey, Eleanor's a K1 too but she's going to have a long long life. (I'm not going to let her go riding with EV!)
And no, I'm still on vacation. Here's are Eleanor and I enjoying the hot tub:
My face is blurred because I'm in the witness protection program.
I've heard a lot of folks say this, but never had a problem myself. I have a Win7 machine.R. Doug said:One other caveat to Rassy's post: Only eject the Kindle from the "My Computer" screen. Ejecting from the "Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media" icon in the Windows Task Bar does not work completely as doing it this way does not allow the user to continue using the Kindle whilst it is tethered to the PC via the USB cable.