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How do I transfer Raw files from my D90 to my external hard drive for storage. My computer cannot see the files to transfer.

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  • kakima Mar 27, 2011

    What program are you using to transfer pictures? Nikon Transfer has no problems recognizing RAW files. Windows will recognize them with the proper codec installed: http://nikonimglib.com/nefcodec/

    If all else fails, just transfer them as files, not as pictures.

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Can you elaborate more on your problem, you can transfer RAW files just like any other files on to an external drive. However you will not be able to preview the files as you can do in jpeg versions.

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