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The eBooks I've downloaded are saved with a ".php" extension, so I can't load them on my PDA? What gives?

If you're using Windows, removing ".php" from the filename and adding ".pdb" to the file should fix the problem. Microsoft Knowledge Base Article - 307859 "How to change file associations in Windows XP" may be useful if you're having trouble changing the file extension.

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