TURN OFF CAMERA. TURN ON PC. CONNECT USB TO CAMERA AND THEN PC. TURN ON CAMERA. PC SHOULD ALERT THAT NEW HARDWARE BEING INSTALLED (D-60). WAIT UNTIL COMPLETE. GO TO "MY COMPUTER" CLICK ON D-60 THAT SHOULD REGISTER AS A DRIVE. OPEN FILE OF D-60. CLICK UNTIL PHOTOS APPEAR. COPY PHOTOS TO NEW FILE IN "MY DOCUMENTS /MY PICTURES" CLICK ON PHOTOS. WINDOWS SHOULD SHOW YOUR PHOTOS. OK?
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Maybe those shots you took were in the raw mode, If so then you have to convert them with the Nikon software that camera with the camera,to view them in your laptop, Try installing that software then view them again, Hope this helps,
You need a software program installed on your computer to work with and convert raw pictures. An example would be Photoshop Elements. Usually, cameras that can shoot raw photos come with software on a cd to work with the photos.
What you're describing is a feature called "live view" (or more accurately "live preview"). It enables the user to treat the LCD like a viewfinder to compose shots just like on any digital compact camera.
Although many newer digital SLR's now have live view, the D60 does not so you cannot achieve what you want. All that the LCD is for is to view photos already taken and to provide camera menus and information in all other modes. Composing the images before pressing the shutter is done solely via the optical viewfinder.
The D60 does not have a Live View capability. The monitor is used for shooting info, menus, and image reviews. It cannot be used to display the image while shooting. You must use the viewfinder for that, unless you connect the camera to a computer using the Camera Control Pro software from Nikon.
I don't even bother with the camera and software. I use a card reader to download to a folder I create on my desktop. Once the pics are there I can view them from there or use a photo editing program such as Photoshop Elements to work with them. Much more reliable than the camera and cord method.
This camera becomes a USB Drive when you connect it to the computer automatically when you turn it on so yes just connect and it will work, no software is required. If you have lost the PC cable then you could also get a XD Card reader which costs less then a £10 and just copy them off the card to your PC.