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My Nikon does not see the computer! What to do?

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Did you install the drivers?

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No need to have any software if you use a card reader.
You can still use the editing and viewing software if you choose.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

  • k-home Oct 29, 2010

    Computer doesn't recognize camera or card in card holder. I was able to download photos with iPhoto but not able to copy from camera for archive or delete photos from card. Please advise. Thanks.

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    Dave Lundmark Oct 30, 2010

    Hello K-home:
    What I was saying is that if you get a card reader/writer, there is no need whatsoever to have any drivers or software to read the camera. You simply remove the card from the camera, put it in the card reader, and copy your files to the computer hard drive. Then you can edit as you choose to. You can use the software for editing which came with the camera, if you want to.
    I have fixed many digital cameras, and now there is no way I can put all that software and drivers on the computer, there is no need because I use a card reader for all of them to test, and so on. Even my with most treasured photos, I simply copy from the card reader when the card is inserted in it.
    This also will cause less wear on your camera as a result of having it to run every time you download files. A card reader will usually be detected as a mass storage device, and may not need any drivers to read and write files to and from the card in the drive, this depends on your operating system and the age of the computer and OS software.

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