Question about Nikon COOLPIX Cameras
I suspect the software that came on a CD is not good. How can I get software downloaded? Where do I go? I have tried through Nikon and it seems way too complicated.
How can I (using Nikon View) transfer a file of pictures to a CD?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You don't need the small cd that came with the Sansa Clip.
Go to the website, clik on support
Clik on Sansa Clip
If you installed the updater when you first got it.. the updater will be located in your program folders Sandisk/Updater.
The little CD was for installing the Rhapsody download software if I remember right.
You can update the firmware on your clip either by using the updater or doing manually.. all the instructions are on the support site.
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