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New Computer - Vista Operating System

The software that came with my camera does not upload on my computer. The software is dated in 2004. Is there a patch or upgrade available that is compatible with Vista?

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  • jpeg May 26, 2008

    Thanks for the suggestion, but it still isn't working.

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Hi jpeg
see Download Drivers - Cameras - Nikon
check these might have vista .

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Posted on May 23, 2008

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Once you have your pictures secured on the computer Hard Drive then format the memory card.

Formatting clears all the surface and makes the memory card ready to accept new picture data.

I suspect you have been deleting pictures and deleting pictures again and again well, you should be formatting after each time you download the pictures to the computer.

I know that will solve the problem and you can use the same system when you get a new camera

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Should that not work, uninstall and retry the above process, but select Windows 98 or 2000 this time..Hopefully that will work.

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