Connecting Your D1 Series Camera under Windows XP
Installing Nikon View 4
Running Nikon View 4 under Windows XP (Home Edition/Professional)
Step 2
For information on installing Nikon View 4, see the Nikon View 4 Installation Guide.
Click System to open the System Properties window.
Device Registration
Before you will be able to use your camera with your computer, the camera must be “registered” with the Windows Device Manager.
Step 1
Firstly you will need to confirm that your OHCI-compliant IEEE 1394 interface board or card has been correctly registered with the system.
Select Control Panel from the Start menu to display the window shown
below. Click Performance and Maintenance.
Step 3
Select the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button.
Log On
You will need to log on as the “Computer Administrator” to register your camera.
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Step 4
Step 6
If your OHCI-compliant IEEE 1394 interface board or card has been correctly registered with the system, the bus controller for your IEEE 1394
board or card should be listed under “1394 Bus Host Controller”. If “IEEE
1394 Bus host controllers” is not listed in the Device Manager, or if your
IEEE 1394 interface board or card is listed as an unknown or miscellaneous
device or is preceded by a red or yellow warning icon, follow the instructions in the manual provided with the board to ensure that the drivers are
properly installed.
The “Found New Hardware Wizard” dialog will appear. Select “Install the
software automatically”, and click Next.
If the above dialog does not appear, click here
drivers.
to re-install the device
Step 7
Step 5
Holding down the shift key to prevent the Welcome dialog from opening
automatically, insert the Nikon View 4 CD into the CD-ROM drive. (If the
shift key is not held down, the Welcome dialog will appear when the CDROM is inserted.) Turn on the D1X (D1/D1H), make sure that the mode
dial is set to PC, and then connect the camera to the computer using an
IEEE 1394 cable.
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When the driver installation has been completed, the dialog shown below
will be displayed; click Finish to close the wizard.
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Step 8
Step 9
Once registration is complete, check that the D1X (D1/D1H) has been
correctly registered with the system.
Open the Device Manager as instructed in Steps 1-3. The Device Manager
will be displayed. After confirming that “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is
listed in the Device Manager, click the “+” sign to its left.
After confirming that “Nikon Digital Camera D1 Series” is listed under
“Nikon 1394 Protocol Device,” double-click the listing to open the Properties window.
Step 10
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The Nikon Digital Camera D1 Series Properties dialog will be displayed.
Click the General tab and confirm that “This device is working properly”
appears under “Device status”. Click OK.
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is not listed in the Device Manager and
“NIKON D1X (D1/D1H)” is not listed under Other Devices, re-start your
computer and return to Step 1.
Close the Device Manager, then click OK to close the System Properties
window. Device registration is now complete.
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” does not appear
If “NIKON D1X (D1/D1H)” is listed under “Other devices”, click here
and reinstall the device drivers.
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Reinstalling the device drivers
Step 3
If NIKON D1X (D1/D1H) appears under “Other Devices” reinstall the
device drivers as instructed below.
The “Hardware Update Wizard” dialog will appear. Holding down the shift
key to prevent the Welcome dialog from opening automatically, insert the
Nikon View 4 CD into the CD-ROM drive. (If the shift key is not held
down, the Welcome dialog will appear when the CD-ROM is inserted.)
Select “Install the software automatically”, and click Next.
Step 1
Open the Device Manager dialog. Double-click the listing for the NIKON
D1X (D1/D1H) that appears under “Other devices”; the Properties dialog
will be displayed.
Step 4
Step 2
Open the General tab and click Reinstall Driver… .
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When the driver installation has been completed, the dialog shown below
will be displayed; click Finish to close the wizard.
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Step 5
Starting Nikon View 4
Confirm that “This device is working properly” appears under “Device status” in the General Tab of the Nikon Digital Camera D1 Series Properties
dialog. Click Close.
When a D1 series camera is connected via USB to a computer running Windows XP, and the is camera turned on, Nikon View 4 will start automatically.
Refer to the Nikon View 4 Reference Manual for further details about the
use of Nikon View 4.
Step 6
Close the Device Manager, then click OK to close the System Properties
window.
Click here
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