Well, I have the password setup routine down and I can set, reset, erase, and change the password to my e-book. However, what might be the reason for a download to not be recognizing its correct password?
What is happening is the downloaded ebook on computers at the local coffee house is not recognizing the password. I am using the same download at my desktop and laptop, i.e the same .exe output file and I can use the password.
But, the downloaded .exe output ebook file on the other computers isn't opening with the password.
So, taking it from the top, how do I trouble shoot this?
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