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Table of Contents
Introduction: About This Manual ................................................................................................... 1
Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 2
Windows ........................................................................................................................................... 3
Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows .................................................................................. 5
Easy Install ....................................................................................................................................... 7
Custom Install ............................................................................................................................... 16
Connecting to a Computer ........................................................................................................... 27
Starting Nikon Transfer .................................................................................................................. 29
Uninstall: Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 and Nikon View 5 ........................................................ 32
Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 ......................................................................................................... 32
Uninstalling Nikon View 5 .............................................................................................................. 33
Device Registration ....................................................................................................................... 34
D100/COOLPIX-Series Cameras ..................................................................................................... 35
COOLPIX990/COOLPIX 880 ........................................................................................................... 48
D1-Series Cameras ........................................................................................................................ 68
Macintosh ....................................................................................................................................... 99
Installing Nikon Capture 3 on a Macintosh ............................................................................... 100
Installing Software from the Software Tab ................................................................................... 102
Connecting to a Computer ......................................................................................................... 112
Starting Nikon Transfer ................................................................................................................ 114
Uninstall: Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 and Nikon View 5 ...................................................... 116
Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 ....................................................................................................... 116
Uninstalling Nikon View 5 ............................................................................................................ 117
About This Manual
Introduction
About This Manual
Thank you for your purchase of Nikon Capture 3. This install guide explains how to install and
uninstall Nikon Capture 3 on your Windows or Macintosh computer, and how to connect your
camera to your computer. It also explains how to insert a camera memory card in a card reader
or PC card slot, how to start Nikon Capture 3, and how to register the camera with the system.
Before reading this guide, be sure to read the Nikon Capture 3 User’s Manual.
The procedure for installing Nikon Capture 3 varies with the model of camera and computer
operating system you are using. Be sure to read the sections of this guide that apply to your
model of camera and computer operating system.
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Introduction
Overview
This guide is divided into two main parts, one for Windows and the other for Macintosh
computers.
Windows
This section explains how to install and uninstall Nikon Capture 3 on your Windows computer,
and how to connect your camera to your computer. It also explains how to insert the memory
card in a card reader or PC card slot, and how to start Nikon Capture 3 under Windows. Note
that when you connect your camera to a Windows computer after installing Nikon Capture 3,
the computer will automatically identify the camera as a new device and initiate device registration. For information on confirming that the camera is correctly registered with the system,
see “Device Registration” in this manual, which describes how to confirm device registration
with different models of camera and different versions of Windows.
Macintosh
This section explains how to install and uninstall Nikon Capture 3 on your Macintosh computer, and how to connect your camera to your computer. It also explains how to insert the
memory card in a card reader or PC card slot, and how to start Nikon Capture 3 from a
Macintosh.
Illustrations
The illustrations in this guide are from Windows XP and Mac OS X. Depending on the operating system
used, the dialogs and menus displayed on your computer may differ slightly from those shown here.
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Windows
This section explains how to install and uninstall Nikon Capture 3, how to connect your camera and insert the camera
memory card in a card reader or PC card slot, how to start
Nikon Transfer, and how to register the camera with the system.
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Windows
Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
Before installing Nikon Capture 3, make sure that your computer meets the following system
requirements.
OS
Pre-installed versions of Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional,
Windows 2000 Professional, Windows Millennium Edition (Me), Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
CPU
300 MHz Pentium or better
• Windows XP: 128 MB (256 MB or more recommended)
RAM
• Other versions of Windows: 64 MB (128 MB with RAW images) or more recom(Nikon Capture 3)
mended
RAM
(Nikon View 5)
64 MB (128 MB with RAW images) or more recommended
Hard-disk space
200 MB required for installation, with additional free disk space of 10 MB plus an
amount equal to double the capacity of camera memory card available on system
disk when Nikon Capture 3 is running
Video resolution
800 × 600 pixels or more with 16-bit color (High Color). 24-bit color (True Color)
recommended.
IEEE Open Host-Controller Interface (OHCI) compliant IEEE 1394 interface board or
1394* card† required for connection to D1, D1X, and D1H
Interface
Built-in USB interface required for connection to D100 and COOLPIX-series camUSB** eras with USB interface. Direct connection to other COOLPIX-series cameras not
supported.
Supported
cameras
Other
• All functions, including Camera Control: D1, D1X, D1H, and D100
• All functions except Camera Control: USB-equipped COOLPIX cameras
• CD-ROM drive required for installation
• Internet connection required for upload to the Web; e-mail program required
when sending pictures by e-mail
* The camera may not function as expected when connected to an IEEE 1394 hub.
† A list of boards and cards that have been tested and approved for use with the D1, D1X, and D1H is
available on-line at the sites listed page 2 of the User’s Guide.
** The camera may not function as expected when connected to a USB hub or keyboard.
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional, Windows 2000 Professional
Installing Nikon Capture 3 under a multi-user operating system requires Administrator privileges. When
installing Nikon Capture 3, log in as:
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Windows XP Home Edition/Professional
Computer administrator
Windows 2000 Professional
Administrator
Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
When installing Nikon Capture 3, you can choose between Easy Install and Custom Install
options.
Easy Install
The following software will be installed in the order given below.
1 Driver for D1-series cameras
4 Nikon Capture 3
camera drivers (Windows 98 SE
2 COOLPIX
5 Nikon View 5
only)
3 QuickTime 5.0.2
Custom Install
You can choose the software that will be installed from the following (software will be installed
in the order listed):
camera drivers (Windows 98 SE
1 COOLPIX
5 QuickTime 5.0.2
only)
driver (installed under Windows XP
2 PTP
6 Nikon Capture 3
only)
3 Driver for COOLPIX 880 and 990 cameras 7 Nikon View 5
4 Driver for D1-series cameras
8 Cumulus filter for Nikon digital cameras
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon Capture 3, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture or Nikon
View.
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Windows
When the Nikon Capture 3 CD is inserted into a CD-ROM drive, the Welcome window will
open automatically. The Welcome window contains three tabs: the Software tab, the Custom
Install tab, and the Customer Support tab. Clicking the Quit button will interrupt installation
and close the Welcome window.
Software
Clicking the Easy Install button in the Software tab
begins installation of the driver for D1 series cameras, the COOLPIX camera drivers (Windows 98 SE
only), QuickTime 5.0.2, Nikon Capture 3, and Nikon
View 5.
Custom Install
This tab lists the software that can be installed from
the Welcome window. Check the desired items and
click Install to begin installation..
Customer Support
Customer Support
Click Customer Support to open your web browser
to the Nikon Customer Support web site for your
area (Internet connection required).
ReadMe
Click ReadMe to view the ReadMe file. We recommend that you view the ReadMe file before installing Nikon Capture 3.
If the Welcome Window Is Not Displayed
If the Welcome window is not displayed when you insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD, follow the steps below:
1. Double-click the My Computer icon on the desktop.
2. Click the icon for the CD-ROM drive containing the Nikon Capture 3 CD with the right mouse button.
3. Choose AutoRun from the menu that appears.
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Easy Install
The standard installation procedure involves two steps: choosing the Easy Install option and
installing the software.
Step 1: Choose the Easy Install option
In the Software tab, click Easy Install to begin installation of the driver for D1-series cameras,
the Coolpix camera drivers (Windows 98 SE only), QuickTime 5.0.2, Nikon Capture 3, and
Nikon View 5.
Before installation
Before installing Nikon Capture 3 and the device driver, make sure the camera is not connected to the
computer. If the Device Wizard is displayed, click Cancel to exit the Wizard.
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Step 2: Complete installation
2.1 — Install the driver for D1-series cameras
If you are using one of the D1 series of cameras, first install
the driver for your camera. If you are using a different model
of camera, click Cancel and go to the next step. To install the
driver for D1 series cameras, click OK.
The system will display a message stating that installation is
complete. Click OK.
2.2 — Install Quick Time 5.0.2
Installation of QuickTime 5.0.2 opens with the dialog shown below. Leave the registration
information blank and click Next. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation
and proceed to the next step.
Windows 98 SE
If you are using Windows 98 SE, the Coolpix Camera Drivers (all models except 990 and 880) will be installed before the driver for D1
series cameras. The dialog box shown right will be displayed. Click
OK to continue.
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2.3 — Install Nikon Capture 3
Once installation of QuickTime 5.0.2 is complete, installation of Nikon Capture 3 will begin.
2.3.1 — Accept the license agreement
Installation of Nikon Capture 3 begins with the license agreement. After making sure that you
have read and understood the contents of the agreement, click Yes to continue installation.
2.3.2 — Personalize your copy of Nikon Capture 3
Enter your name and company (if applicable) to activate the Next button. Clicking Next will
display a confirmation dialog; if the information you entered is correct, click Yes to proceed to
the next step.
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon Capture 3, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture or Nikon
View.
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Windows
2.3.3 — Choose a location
The folder to which Nikon Capture 3 will be installed is shown in the Destination Folder area
(the default location is …\Program Files\Nikon\NCapture30). To install to this folder, click
Next. To select a new folder, click the Browse… button and navigate to the desired location.
If the chosen folder does not already exist, clicking Next will display the following dialog.
Click Yes to create a folder in the location shown.
2.3.4 — Start installation
While installation is in progress, the dialog shown below will be displayed.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
2.3.5 — Create a shortcut on the desktop
When the progress indicator reaches 100%, the dialog shown below will appear. Click Yes to
create a shortcut, allowing you to start Nikon Capture 3 directly from an icon on the desktop.
If you do not want to create a shortcut, click No.
2.3.6 — Associate Nikon Capture 3 with image adjustment file extensions
The dialog for image adjustment file extensions will be displayed. To associate Nikon Capture
3 with the extensions for color balance settings (*.nca), tone curves (*.ncv), and other image
adjustment settings files, click Yes (recommended).
Choosing an Application for Opening Image Files
If Adobe Photoshop is installed on your system, the dialog for choosing an application for opening image
files will be displayed. Click Yes to select Photoshop as the application that will be used to open image
files.
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Windows
2.3.7 — Choose default color management settings
To use the color-space profile embedded in images opened in Nikon Capture 3, choose (A)
Use the color space of the file to be opened as working color space. To choose a default
RGB color-space profile for the working color space in Nikon Capture 3, choose (B) Always
use the RGB default color space as the working color space. When this option is selected, you can choose the default color-space profile from a pull-down menu. Click OK to
put changes into effect and proceed to the next step.
Clicking About Color Spaces displays a description of the different color-space profiles. Use
this explanation to help you choose a color-space profile.
The default output color-space profile can be changed at any time after installation in the
Color Management tab of the Nikon Capture 3 Editor or Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control
Preferences dialog.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
2.3.8 — Complete installation of Nikon Capture 3
The following dialog is displayed when installation of Nikon Capture 3 is complete. Click
Finish to proceed to the next step.
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Windows
2.4 — Install Nikon View 5
Installation of Nikon View 5 begins with the license agreement shown in Step 2.4.1.
2.4.1 — Accept the license agreement
After making sure that you have read and understood the contents of the agreement, click
Yes to continue installation.
2.4.2 — Choose a location
The folder to which Nikon View 5 will be installed is shown in the Destination Folder area
(the default location is …\Program Files\Nikon\NKView5). To install to this folder, click Next.
To select a new folder, click the Browse… button and navigate to the desired location.
If the chosen folder does not already exist, clicking Next will display the following dialog.
Click Yes to create a folder in the location shown.
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2.4.3 — Create a shortcut on the desktop
When the Nikon View application files have been installed, the dialog shown below will appear. Click Yes to create a shortcut, allowing you to start Nikon View 5 directly from an icon
on the desktop. If you do not want to create a shortcut, click No.
2.4.4 — Complete installation of Nikon View 5
The following dialog is displayed when installation of Nikon View 5 is complete. Click Finish
to proceed to the next step.
2.5 — Restart your computer
The dialog shown below will appear when installation is complete. Click Yes to restart your
computer. This completes the Easy Install procedure.
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon View 5, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture or Nikon
View. Note that Nikon View 5 does not support connection of COOLPIX950, 910, 900, 800, or 700 digital
cameras. It can however be used to view photographs taken with these cameras if the camera memory
card is inserted in a card reader or PC card slot, or in a model of digital camera supported under Nikon
View 5.
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Windows
Custom Install
The standard installation procedure involves two steps: choosing the Custom Install option
and installing the software.
Step 1: Choose the Custom Install option
Click the Custom Install tab and check the software you want to install.
Coolpix Camera Drivers (all models except 990 and 880)
This check box is only displayed under Windows 98 Second Edition (SE). Check this box to
install the Mass Storage driver for Windows 98 SE.
PTP Driver
Check this box to install PTP drivers. This check box is only displayed if you are using Windows
XP.
Driver for Coolpix 990 and 880
Check this box to install the drivers for the COOLPIX990/880.
Driver for D1 series cameras
Check this box to install the drivers for the D1 series.
Nikon Capture 3
Check this box to install Nikon Capture 3.
QuickTime 5.0.2
Check this box to install QuickTime 5.0.2 from Apple Computer.
Nikon View 5
Check this box to install Nikon View 5.
Cumulus filter for Nikon cameras
Check this box to install the Cumulus filter for Nikon digital cameras. The filter will only be
installed if Canto Cumulus is already present on your computer.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
Step 2: Complete installation
To begin installation of the selected software, click the Install button in the Custom Install tab.
If more than one option is selected, the software will be installed in the order listed.
Before installation
Before installing Nikon Capture 3 and the device drivers, make sure the camera is not connected to the
computer. If the Device Wizard is displayed, click Cancel to exit the Wizard.
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Windows
2.1 — Install drivers
If you selected PTP driver, Driver for COOLPIX 990/880, or Driver for D1-series cameras,
installation will begin with the selected drivers. The explanation that follows takes the driver
for D1-series camera as an example.
2.1.1 — Begin driver installation
If you selected Driver for D1-series cameras, the following dialog will be displayed. Click
OK to begin installation.
2.1.2 — End driver installation
When installation is complete, the following dialog will be displayed. Click OK to proceed to
the next step.
Windows 98 SE
If you are using Windows 98 SE and selected Coolpix Camera Drivers
(all models except 990 and 880) in the Custom Install tab, the Coolpix
Camera Drivers (all models except 990 and 880) will be installed.
Installation of the driver begins with the dialog shown at right. Click
OK to continue.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
A Note on the PTP Driver
Under Windows XP Home Edition or Windows XP Professional, installation will begin with the
PTP driver, if selected. Installing this driver allows the camera transfer button to be used with
PTP (the camera must be equipped with a transfer button; see your camera manual for details). To install the driver, click OK.
Once the driver has been installed, the Windows XP Updater shown below may be displayed
depending on your operating environment.
If the Updater is displayed, complete the update by following the on-screen instructions. Do
not restart your computer when the update is complete; instead, continue with installation. If
the Updater dialog is not displayed, complete installation normally.
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2.2 — Install Quick Time 5.0.2
If you opted to install QuickTime 5.0.2, installation will open with the dialog shown below.
Leave the registration information blank and click Next. Follow the on-screen instructions to
complete installation and proceed to the next step.
2.3 — Install Nikon Capture 3
Installation of Nikon Capture 3 begins with the license agreement.
2.3.1 — Accept the license agreement
After making sure that you have read and understood the contents of the agreement, click
Yes to continue installation.
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon Capture 3, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture or Nikon
View.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
2.3.2 — Personalize your copy of Nikon Capture 3
Enter your name and company (if applicable) to activate the Next button. Clicking Next will
display a confirmation dialog; if the information you entered is correct, click Yes to proceed to
the next step.
2.3.3 — Choose a location
The folder to which Nikon Capture 3 will be installed is shown in the Destination Folder area
(the default location is …\Program Files\Nikon\NCapture30). To install to this folder, click
Next. To select a new folder, click the Browse… button and navigate to the desired location.
If the chosen folder does not already exist, clicking Next will display the following dialog.
Click Yes to create a folder in the location shown.
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2.3.4 — Start installation
While installation is in progress, the dialog shown below will be displayed.
2.3.5 — Create a shortcut on the desktop
When the progress indicator reaches 100%, the dialog shown below will appear. Click Yes to
create a shortcut, allowing you to start Nikon Capture 3 directly from an icon on the desktop.
If you do not want to create a shortcut, click No.
2.3.6 — Associate Nikon Capture 3 with image adjustment file extensions
The following dialog will be displayed. To associate Nikon Capture 3 with the extensions for
color balance settings (*.nca), tone curves (*.ncv), and other image adjustment settings files,
click Yes (recommended).
Choosing an Application for Opening Image Files
If Adobe Photoshop is installed on your system, a dialog will be displayed asking if you want to use
Photoshop to open image files saved in Nikon Capture 3. Click Yes to select Photoshop as the application
that will be used to open image files.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 Under Windows
2.3.7 — Choose default color management settings
To use the color-space profile embedded in images opened in Nikon Capture 3, choose (A)
Use the color space of the file to be opened as working color space. To choose a default
RGB color-space profile for the working color space in Nikon Capture 3, choose (B) Always
use the RGB default color space as the working color space. When this option is selected, you can choose the default color-space profile from a pull-down menu. Click OK to
put changes into effect and proceed to the next step.
Clicking About Color Spaces displays a description of the different color-space profiles. Use
this explanation to help you choose a color-space profile.
The default output color-space profile can be changed at any time after installation in the
Color Management tab of the Nikon Capture 3 Editor or Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control
Preferences dialog.
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2.3.8 — Complete installation of Nikon Capture 3
The following dialog is displayed when installation of Nikon Capture 3 is complete. Click
Finish to proceed to the next step.
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2.4 — Install Nikon View 5
Installation of Nikon View 5 begins with the license agreement shown in Step 2.4.1.
2.4.1 — Accept the license agreement
After making sure that you have read and understood the contents of the agreement, click
Yes to continue installation.
2.4.2 — Choose a location
The folder to which Nikon View 5 will be installed is shown in the Destination Folder area
(the default location is …\Program Files\Nikon\NKView5). To install to this folder, click Next.
To select a new folder, click the Browse… button and navigate to the desired location.
If the chosen folder does not already exist, clicking Next will display the following dialog.
Click Yes to create a folder in the location shown.
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2.4.3 — Create a shortcut on the desktop
When the Nikon View application files have been installed, the dialog shown below will appear. Click Yes to create a shortcut, allowing you to start Nikon View 5 directly from an icon
on the desktop. If you do not want to create a shortcut, click No.
2.4.4 — Complete installation of Nikon View 5
The following dialog is displayed when installation of Nikon View 5 is complete. Click Finish
to proceed to the next step.
2.5 — Complete installation
The dialog shown below will appear when installation is complete. Click Yes to proceed.
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon View 5, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture or Nikon
View. Note that Nikon View 5 does not support connection of COOLPIX950, 910, 900, 800, or 700 digital
cameras. It can however be used to view photographs taken with these cameras if the camera memory
card is inserted in a card reader or PC card slot, or in a model of digital camera supported under Nikon
View 5.
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Connecting to a Computer
Connecting to a Computer
If you are using a computer running Windows, make sure that you install Nikon Capture 3
before connecting your camera to the computer for the first time. After installing Nikon Capture 3, turn the camera on and connect it to the computer, or insert the memory card into a
card reader or a PC card slot.
For more information about connecting your camera to a computer, see the documentation
provided with your camera.
D1 / D1X / D1H (IEEE 1394 / Firewire Interface)
D100 (USB Interface)
COOLPIX Series (USB Interface)
Use a Reliable Power Source
To ensure that data transfer is not interrupted, be sure that the battery is fully charged. If in doubt, charge
the battery before use or use an AC adapter (available separately). If the battery is exhausted during
transfer, transfer will be interrupted and data may be lost.
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Using a PC Card Slot
When inserted in a PC-card adapter (available separately), the camera memory card functions
as a Type II PCMCIA ATA card, allowing images to be read from the card.
Inserting a Memory Card
Remove the memory card from the camera and insert it in the adapter.
Insert the adapter into a PCMCIA TYPE II ATA card slot on your computer. For more information on inserting the adapter, see the documentation provided with your computer.
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register the card adapter, or adjust OS settings when the adapter is inserted into the card slot.
For more information, refer to the instruction manual for your operating system.
Using a Card Reader
Images on the memory card can also be viewed using a card reader.
Inserting a Memory Card
After removing the memory card from the camera, insert it in the card reader and connect the
reader to the computer. See the documentation provided with the card reader for more information on connecting it to a computer.
Card reader (USB interface)
Card reader
Memory card
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Connecting to a Computer
Starting Nikon Transfer
Once installation is complete, Nikon Transfer will start automatically whenever your Nikon
digital camera is connected to your computer and turned on, or when the camera memory
card is inserted in a PC card slot or in a card reader connected to the computer. Note that only
one camera can be connected to the computer at a time.
For information on using other components of Nikon Capture 3, see the Nikon Capture 3
User’s Manual.
If Nikon Transfer Does Not Start
If Nikon Transfer does not start, refer to Device Registration to confirm that the camera is registered as a
device with your computer.
Auto Start
Nikon Transfer will start automatically when:
• A supported camera is connected while on and with a memory card in place
• A supported camera with a memory card in place is connected and then turned on
• A memory card from a supported camera (COOLPIX 600 excluded) is inserted in a card reader or PC card
slot
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Windows
Starting Nikon Transfer under Windows XP
The procedure for starting Nikon Transfer under Windows XP Home Edition/Professional differs from that for other operating systems. Under Windows XP, the Removable Disk dialog is
displayed when you connect the camera to the computer or insert the memory card into a
card reader or PC card slot. Select Copy pictures to a folder on my computer using Nikon
View 5 in this dialog to start Nikon Transfer.
Note that the Removable Disk dialog is not displayed when a D1, D1X, D1H, or COOLPIX990/
880 camera is connected; instead, Nikon Transfer starts automatically. Note also that the
Removable Disk dialog is not displayed if the memory card contains only movies.
Removable Disk dialog
Starting Nikon Transfer from the Removable Disk Dialog
To start Nikon Transfer under Windows XP, follow the steps below.
1. Connect the camera to your computer using an interface cable or insert the memory card in
a card reader or PC card slot.
2. Turn the camera on. The Removable Disk dialog will be displayed.
3. Select Copy pictures to a folder on my computer using Nikon View 5.
Select Nikon
View 5
4. Click OK. Nikon Transfer will start.
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Connecting to a Computer
“Always do the selected action”
If Always do the selected action is checked when Copy pictures to a folder on my
computer (using Nikon View 5) is selected in the Removable Disk dialog, the Removable
Disk dialog will not be displayed the next time you connect a camera to the computer or insert
a memory card in a card reader or PC card slot. Instead, Nikon Transfer will start automatically.
If Always do the selected action is not checked, the Removable Disk dialog will be displayed.
Even if you check Always do the selected action, Removable Disk dialog will appear when:
• you use a different camera from the one you were using when you checked Always do
the selected action
• you use a different USB port from the one you were using when you checked Always do
the selected action
D1-Series and COOLPIX990/880 Cameras
The Autoplay window will not appear when one of the above cameras is connected; instead, the Nikon
Transfer window will appear automatically.
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Uninstall
Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 and Nikon View 5
This section describes how to uninstall the Windows versions of Nikon Capture 3 and Nikon
View 5.
Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3
1
From the Start menu, select All Programs > Nikon Capture 3 > Nikon Capture 3 Uninstall (Windows XP) or
Programs > Nikon Capture 3 > Nikon Capture 3
Uninstall (other versions of Windows). The uninstall program will start.
2
The uninstall program will display the message, “Do you want to completely remove the
selected application and all of its components?” Click OK to uninstall Nikon Capture 3.
3
If any of the components used by Nikon Capture 3 are read-only or are used by other
programs, a confirmation dialog will be displayed. Follow the instructions in the dialog to
remove components or leave them untouched.
4
The dialog shown below will be displayed when the uninstall program has finished removing Nikon Capture 3 from your system. Confirm that Yes, I want to restart my
computer now is selected and click Finish to restart your computer.
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Uninstall
Uninstalling Nikon View 5
1
From the Start menu, select All Programs > Nikon View
5 > Nikon View 5 Uninstall (Windows XP) or Programs > Nikon View 5 > Nikon View 5 Uninstall (other
versions of Windows). The uninstall program will start.
2
The uninstall program will display the message, “Do you want to completely remove the
selected application and all of its components?” Click OK to uninstall Nikon View 5.
3
If any of the components used by Nikon View 5 are read-only or are used by other programs, a confirmation dialog will be displayed. Follow the instructions in the dialog to
remove components or leave them untouched.
4
The dialog shown below will be displayed when the uninstall program has finished removing Nikon View 5 from your system. Confirm that Yes, I want to restart my computer now is selected and click Finish to restart your computer.
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional, Windows 2000 Professional
Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 and Nikon View 5 under a multi-user operating system requires Administrator privileges. When uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 or Nikon View 5, log in as:
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional
Computer administrator
Windows 2000 Professional
Administrator
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Device Registration
If you connect a supported digital camera to a Windows computer after installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, Windows will automatically identify the camera as a new
device and register the camera with the system. This section explains how to confirm that the
camera is correctly registered. Read the section for your camera and operating system.
Camera
USB cameras (D100/COOLPIX series)
COOLPIX990
COOLPIX880
Nikon D1
Nikon D1X
Nikon D1H
Operating system
Windows XP Home Edition /Professional
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Windows 2000 Professional
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Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
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Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
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Windows XP Home Edition /Professional
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Windows 2000 Professional
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Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
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Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
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Windows XP Home Edition /Professional
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Windows 2000 Professional
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Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
83
Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
90
Windows 2000 Professional
Nikon D1 previously registered under Nikon
Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
View DX or Nikon Capture 2 or earlier
Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
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D100/COOLPIX-Series Cameras
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional
The following explanation uses D100 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer,
connect your camera to the computer using a USB cable and
turn the camera on . The camera will be registered automatically.
If the Removable Disk dialog is displayed after registration, click Cancel to close the dialog
box.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Select Control Panel from the Start menu. In the Control Panel window, Click the Performance
and Maintenance icon to open the Performance and Maintenance window. Click the System icon in the Performance and Maintenance window to open the System Properties window. Select the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button.
Step 2
The Device Manager will be displayed. After confirming that Disk drives, Storage volumes,
and Universal Serial Bus controllers are listed in the Device Manager, click the plus sign (+)
next to each of these device types.
Logging On
You will need to log on as Computer Administrator to register the camera.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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Step 3
Confirm that Nikon Digital Camera USB Device, Generic Volume, and USB Mass Storage Device are listed respectively under Disk drives, Storage volumes, and Universal Serial Bus controllers. Double-click each of these listings to open the associated Properties
window.
If the Nikon Digital Camera D100 is listed under Other devices, delete this entry and then
turn the camera and off and then on again.
Step 4
The Properties dialogs for the selected devices will be displayed. Click the General tab and
confirm that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Windows 2000 Professional
The following explanation uses D100 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using a USB cable and turn the camera on . The camera will be registered automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Right-click the My Computer icon on the
desktop. Open the System Properties dialog
by selecting Properties from the menu that
appears. Open the Hardware tab and click
the Device Manager… button in the Device
Manager area.
Step 2
The Device Manager will be displayed. After
confirming that Disk drives, Storage volumes, and Universal Serial Bus controllers
are listed in the Device Manager, click the plus
sign (+) next to each of these device types.
Logging On
Log on as Administrator to register the camera.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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Step 3
Confirm that Nikon Digital Camera USB Device, Generic volume, and USB Mass Storage
Device are listed respectively under Disk drives,
Storage volumes, and Universal Serial Bus
controllers. Double-click each of these listings
to open the associated Properties window.
If the Nikon Digital Camera D100 is listed
under Other devices, delete this entry and
then turn the camera and off and then on
again.
Step 4
The Properties dialogs for the selected devices will be displayed. Click the General tab and
confirm that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
The following explanation uses D100 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using a USB cable and turn the camera on . The camera will be registered automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Right-click the My Computer icon on the
desktop. Open the System Properties dialog
by selecting Properties from the menu that
appears. Click the Device Manager tab.
Step 2
After confirming that Disk drives, Storage
device, and Universal Serial Bus controllers are listed in the Device Manager tab, click
the plus sign (+) next to each of these device
types.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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Step 3
Confirm that NIKON D100, USB Disk, and USB Mass Storage Device are listed respectively
under Disk drives, Storage device, and Universal Serial Bus controllers. Double-click
each of these listings to display the associated Properties window.
If the NIKON D100 is listed under Other devices, delete this entry and then turn the camera
and off and then on again.
Step 4
The Properties dialogs for the selected devices will be displayed. Click the General tab and
confirm that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
The following explanation uses D100 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using a USB cable and turn the camera on. The camera will be registered automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Right-click the My Computer icon on the
desktop and select Properties from the menu
that appears. The System Properties dialog
will be displayed. Click the Device Manager
tab.
Step 2
After confirming that Disk drives, Hard disk
controllers, and Universal Serial Bus controllers are listed in the Device Manager tab,
click the plus sign (+) next to each of these
device types.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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Step 3
Confirm that NIKON D100, Nikon Digital Camera Controller, and Nikon Digital Camera
Mass Storage Driver are listed respectively under Disk drives, Hard disk controllers, and
Universal Serial Bus controllers. Double-click each of these listings to open the associated
Properties window.
If the Nikon Digital Camera D100 is listed
under Other devices, reinstall the device
driver as instructed in “Reinstalling the Device
Driver” (
55).
If the three drivers above are not listed in the Device Manager and Nikon Digital Camera
D100 is not listed under Other devices, disconnect the camera and restart the computer.
When the computer has restarted, reconnect the camera to the computer.
Step 4
The properties for the selected devices will be displayed. Click the General tab and confirm
that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
If NIKON D100 is listed under Other devices, you will need to reinstall the device driver.
Step 1
Double-click the NIKON D100 listing under
Other devices.
Step 2
The NIKON D100 Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the General tab and click Reinstall Driver.
Step 3
The Windows Update Device Driver Wizard will
be displayed; click Next.
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Step 4
Insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD into a CD-ROM
drive. To prevent the Welcome dialog from
opening automatically, hold down the shift key
while inserting the CD. Check the CD-ROM
drive option and click Next.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click Exit to close the dialog.
Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Click Next.
No Driver Found
If a message is displayed stating that Windows
was unable to find a suitable driver, this may
indicate that the Nikon Capture 3 CD was not
correctly inserted in the CD-ROM drive or that
the appropriate check box was not selected.
Click Back to return to the dialog shown in
Step 4, and confirm that your settings are correct.
Step 6
A dialog will be displayed indicating that driver
update was successful. Click Finish to close
the dialog.
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Step 7
Click the General tab in the Nikon Digital Camera Mass Storage Driver dialog and confirm
that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click Close.
Step 8
The wizard will now start installation of the
Nikon Digital Camera Controller with the dialog shown at right. Click Next.
Step 9
Select Search for the best driver for your
device and click Next.
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Step 10
After confirming that the Nikon Capture 3 CD
is inserted in the CD-ROM drive, check the
CD-ROM drive option and click Next.
Step 11
A dialog will be displayed stating that Windows has found the drivers for “Nikon Digital Camera Controller”; click Next.
No Driver Found
If a message is displayed stating that Windows
was unable to find a suitable driver, this may
indicate that the Nikon Capture 3 CD was not
correctly inserted in the CD-ROM drive or that
the appropriate check box was not selected.
Click Back to return to the dialog shown in
Step 11, and confirm that your settings are
correct.
Step 12
A dialog will be displayed indicating that driver
update was successful. Click Finish to close
the dialog.
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Step 13
Click the General tab in the Nikon Digital Camera Controller Properties dialog and confirm
that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click Close.
Step 14
Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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COOLPIX990/COOLPIX 880
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional
The following explanation uses COOLPIX990 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using a USB cable and turn the camera on. The camera will be registered automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Select Control Panel from the Start menu. In the Control Panel
window, Click the Performance and Maintenance icon to
open the Performance and Maintenance window. Click the
System icon in the Performance and Maintenance window
to open the System Properties window. Select the Hardware
tab and click the Device Manager button to open Device
Manager dialog.
Logging On
You will need to log on as Computer Administrator to register the camera.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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Step 2
After confirming that Imaging devices is listed in the Device
Manager dialog, click the plus sign (+) to its left. If no Imaging devices listing appears or if Nikon Digital Camera E990
is listed under Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as
instructed in “Reinstalling the Device Driver” ( 50).
If Imaging devices is not listed in the Device Manager and
Nikon Digital Camera E990 is not listed under Other devices, disconnect the camera and restart the computer. Reconnect the camera after the computer has restarted.
Step 3
After confirming that NikonCOOLPIX990 is listed under Imaging devices, double-click the listing to open the Properties
window.
Step 4
Click the General tab in the Nikon COOLPIX990 Properties
dialog and confirm that This device is working properly
appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows XP Home Edition/Professional
If Nikon Digital Camera E990 (E880) is listed under Other devices, you will need to reinstall
the device driver.
Step 1
Double-click the listing for the Nikon Digital
Camera E990 that appears under Other devices.
Step 2
The Nikon Digital Camera E990 Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the General tab
and click Reinstall Driver.
Step 3
The Hardware Update Wizard will be displayed. Click Next.
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Step 4
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Select Search removable media and click
Next.
Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Step 6
A dialog will be displayed indicating that driver
update was successful. Click Finish to close
the dialog.
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Step 7
Click the General tab in the Nikon
COOLPIX990 Properties dialog and confirm
that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click OK.
Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Windows 2000 Professional
The following explanation uses COOLPIX990 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using a USB cable and turn the camera on. The camera will be registered automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Right-click the My Computer icon on the
desktop and select Properties from the menu
that appears. The System Properties dialog
will be displayed. Open the Hardware tab and
click the Device Manager button in the Device Manager area.
Step 2
After confirming that Imaging devices is
listed in the Device Manager dialog, click the
plus sign (+) to its left.
Logging On
Log on as Administrator to register the camera.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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If no Imaging devices listing appears or if
Nikon Digital Camera E990 is listed under
Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as
instructed in “Reinstalling the Device Driver”
( 55).
If Imaging devices is not listed in the Device
Manager and Nikon Digital Camera E990 is
not listed under Other devices, disconnect
the camera and restart the computer. Reconnect the camera after the computer has restarted.
Step 3
After confirming that NikonCOOLPIX990 is
listed under Imaging devices, double-click
the listing to open the Properties window.
Step 4
Click the General tab of the Nikon
COOLPIX990 Properties dialog and confirm
that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows 2000 Professional
If Nikon Digital Camera E990 (E880) is listed under Other devices, you will need to reinstall
the device driver.
Step 1
Double-click the listing for the Nikon Digital
Camera E990 that appears under Other devices.
Step 2
The Nikon Digital Camera E990 Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the General tab
and click Reinstall Driver.
Step 3
The Windows Upgrade Device Driver Wizard
will be displayed; click Next.
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Step 4
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Select Search for a suitable driver for my
device and click Next.
Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD into the CDROM drive. To prevent the Welcome dialog
from opening automatically, hold down the
shift key while inserting the CD. Select the
CD-ROM drives option and click Next.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click Exit to close the dialog.
Step 6
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Click Next.
No Driver Found
If a message is displayed stating that Windows
was unable to find a suitable driver, this may
indicate that the Nikon Capture 3 CD was not
correctly inserted in the CD-ROM drive or that
the appropriate check box was not selected.
Click Back to return to the dialog shown in
Step 5, and confirm that your settings are correct.
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Step 7
A dialog will be displayed indicating that driver
update was successful. Click Finish to close
the dialog.
Step 8
Click the General tab of the Nikon
COOLPIX990 Properties dialog and confirm
that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click Close.
Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
The following explanation uses COOLPIX990 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using a USB cable and turn the camera on. The camera will be registered automatically.
If a message is displayed prompting you to insert a disk, insert the Windows Millennium Edition CD into a CD-ROM drive and click OK.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Right-click the My Computer icon on the
desktop and select Properties from the menu
that appears. The System Properties dialog
will be displayed. Click the Device Manager
tab.
Step 2
After confirming that Imaging devices is
listed in the Device Manager tab, click the plus
sign (+) to its left.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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If no Imaging devices listing appears or if
Nikon Digital Camera E990 is listed under
Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as
instructed in “Reinstalling the Device Driver”
( 60).
If Imaging devices is not listed in the Device
Manager and Nikon Digital Camera E990 is
not listed Other devices, disconnect the camera and restart the computer. Reconnect the
camera after the computer has restarted.
Step 3
After confirming that Nikon COOLPIX990 is
listed under Imaging Device, double click the
listing to open the Properties window.
Step 4
The Nikon COOLPIX990 Properties dialog will
be displayed. Click the General tab and confirm that This device is working properly
appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
If Nikon Digital Camera E990 (E880) is listed under Other devices, you will need to reinstall
the device driver.
Step 1
Double-click the listing for the Nikon Digital
Camera E990 that appears under Other devices.
Step 2
The Nikon Digital Camera E990 Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the General tab
and click Reinstall Driver.
Step 3
The Windows Update Device Driver Wizard
will be displayed. Insert the Nikon Capture 3
CD into the CD-ROM drive. To prevent the
Welcome dialog from opening automatically,
hold down the shift key while inserting the
CD. After confirming that Automatic search
for a better driver is selected, click Next to
update the device driver automatically.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click Exit to close the dialog.
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Step 4
A dialog will be displayed indicating that driver
update was successful. Click Finish to close
the dialog.
Step 5
Click the General tab in the Nikon COOLPIX990
Properties dialog and confirm that This device
is working properly appears under Device
status. Click Close.
Step 6
Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
The following explanation uses COOLPIX990 as an example.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using a USB cable and turn the camera on. The camera will be registered automatically.
If a message is displayed prompting you to insert a disk, insert the Windows Second Edition
CD into the CD-ROM drive and click OK.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Right-click the My Computer icon on the
desktop and select Properties from the menu
that appears. The System Properties dialog
will be displayed. Click the Device Manager
tab.
Step 2
After confirming that Imaging Device is listed
in the Device Manager tab, click the plus sign
(+) to its left.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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If no Imaging Device listing appears or if
Nikon Digital Camera E990 is listed under
Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as
instructed in “Reinstalling the Device Driver”
( 64).
If Imaging Device is not listed in the Device
Manager and Nikon Digital Camera E990 is
not listed Other devices, disconnect the camera and restart the computer. Reconnect the
camera after the computer has restarted.
Step 3
After confirming that Nikon COOLPIX990 is
listed under Imaging Device, double-click the
listing to open the Properties window.
Step 4
The Nikon COOLPIX990 Properties dialog will
be displayed. Click the General tab and confirm that This device is working properly
appears under Device status. Click OK.
Device registration is now complete. Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
If Nikon Digital Camera E990 (E880) is listed under Other devices, you will need to reinstall
the device driver.
Step 1
Double-click the listing for the Nikon Digital
Camera E990 that appears under Other devices.
Step 2
The Nikon Digital Camera E990 Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the General tab
and click Reinstall Driver.
Step 3
The Windows Update Device Driver Wizard will
be displayed; click Next.
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Step 4
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Select Search for a better driver than the
one your device is using now and click
Next.
Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD into the CD-ROM
drive. To prevent the Welcome dialog from
opening automatically, hold down the shift key
while inserting the CD. Select the CD-ROM
drive option and click Next.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click Exit to close the dialog.
Step 6
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Next.
No Driver Found
If a message is displayed stating that Windows
was unable to find a suitable driver, this may
indicate that the Nikon Capture 3 CD was not
correctly inserted in the CD-ROM drive or that
the appropriate check box was not selected.
Click Back to return to the dialog shown in
Step 5, and confirm that your settings are correct.
If prompted to insert a disk, insert the Windows 98 (Second Edition) CD and click OK.
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If the computer displays a dialog stating that usbscan.sys was not found, click Browse….
Double-click the win98 folder and click OK.
Confirm that the win98 folder on the CDROM is displayed under Copying files from
and click OK.
The Windows 98 (Second Edition) CD
If the opening dialog for the Windows 98 (Second Edition) CD is displayed, click the close
box to exit the dialog.
Step 7
A dialog will be displayed indicating that driver
update was successful. Click Finish to close
the dialog.
Step 8
Click the General tab in the Nikon
COOLPIX990 Properties dialog and confirm
that This device is working properly appears under Device status. Click Close.
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Step 9
Click OK to close the System Properties dialog.
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D1-Series Cameras
Windows XP Home Edition/Professional
Before You Begin
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. In
the Control Panel window, click the Performance and Maintenance icon to open the
Performance and Maintenance window. Click
the System icon in the Performance and
Maintenance window to open the System
Properties window. Select the Hardware tab
and click the Device Manager button to open
Device Manager window shown at right.
The bus controller for
your IEEE 1394 board or
card should be listed under “1394 Bus host controllers.”
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.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using an IEEE 1394 cable and turn the camera on. The camera will be registered
automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Once registration is complete, check that the
D1X (or D1 or 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.
Logging On
You will need to log on as the “Computer Administrator” to register your camera.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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If no “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” listing
appears or if “NIKON D1X” (or “D1” or
“D1H”) is listed under Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as instructed in “Reinstalling the Device Driver” ( 70).
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is not listed
in the Device Manager and “NIKON D1X” (or
“D1” or “D1H”) is not listed under Other
Devices, disconnect the camera, and restart
the computer. When the computer has restarted, reconnect the camera.
Step 2
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 3
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.
Close the Device Manager, then click OK to close the System Properties window. Device
registration is now complete.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows XP Home Edition /Professional
If “NIKON D1X” (or “D1” or “D1H”) appears under “Other Devices,” reinstall the device
driver as instructed below.
Step 1
Open the Device Manager dialog. Doubleclick the listing for the Nikon D1X (or D1 or
D1H) that appears under “Other devices.” The
Properties dialog will be displayed.
Step 2
Open the General tab and click Reinstall
Driver… .
Step 3
The “Hardware Update Wizard” dialog will
appear. Holding down the shift key to prevent the Welcome dialog from opening automatically, insert the Nikon Capture 3 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.
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Step 4
When the driver installation has been completed, the dialog shown at right will be displayed; click Finish to close the wizard.
Step 5
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.
Step 6
Close the Device Manager, then click OK to close
the System Properties window.
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Windows 2000 Professional
Before You Begin
Confirm that your OHCI-compliant IEEE 1394 interface board or card has been correctly registered with the system.
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears to display
the System Properties dialog. Open the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager…
button in the Device Manager section.
The bus controller for
your IEEE 1394 board or
card should be listed under “1394 Bus host controllers.”
If “1394 Bus host controllers” does not appear 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.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using an IEEE 1394 cable and turn on the camera. The camera is registered automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Once registration is complete, check that the
D1X (or D1 or D1H) has been correctly registered with the system. Click the My Computer icon on the desktop with the right
mouse button and select Properties from the
menu that appears to display the System Properties dialog. Open the Hardware tab and click
the Device Manager… button in the Device
Manager section.
Logging On
You will need to log on as “Administrator” to register the D1, D1X, or D1H.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
Updating the Drivers for the D1
If you are already using the D1 with Nikon View DX or an earlier version of Nikon Capture, you will need
to update the camera drivers as described below under “Updating the Drivers for the D1.”
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Step 2
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.
If no “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” listing
appears or if “NIKON D1X” (or “D1” or
“D1H”) is listed under Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as instructed in “Rein74).
stalling the Device Driver” (
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is not listed
in the Device Manager and “NIKON D1X” (or
“D1” or “D1H”) is not listed under Other
Devices, disconnect the camera, and restart
the computer. When the computer has restarted, reconnect the camera.
Step 3
After confirming that “Nikon Digital Camera
D1 Series” is listed under “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device,” double-click the listing to open
the Properties window.
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Step 4
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 Close.
Close the Device Manager, then click OK to close the System Properties window. Device
registration is now complete.
Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows 2000 Professional
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is listed “Other Devices,” reinstall the device driver as described below.
Step 1
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears to display
the System Properties dialog. Open the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager…
button in the Device Manager section.
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Step 2
The Device Manager will be displayed.
Double-click the listing for the Nikon D1X (or
D1 or D1H) that appears under “Other Devices” or “Miscellaneous Devices.”
Step 3
Open the General tab and click Reinstall
Driver….
Step 4
The Windows update device driver wizard will
be displayed; click Next.
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Step 5
Select the search option and click Next.
Step 6
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Holding down the shift key to prevent the Welcome dialog from opening automatically, insert
the Nikon Capture 3 CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Select CD-ROM drives and click Next.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click the Quit button to close the
dialog.
Step 7
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Next.
No Driver Found
If the message, “Windows was unable to find
a suitable driver for this device,” is displayed,
this may indicate that the Nikon Capture 3
CD was not correctly inserted in the CD-ROM
drive or that the correct search location was
not specified. Click Back to return to the dialog shown in Step 6, where you can confirm
that the correct location has been specified.
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Step 8
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Finish.
Step 9
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.
Step 10
Close the Device Manager, then click OK to
close the System Properties window.
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Updating Driver for the D1 — Windows 2000 Professional
If you are already using the D1 with Nikon View DX or Nikon Capture, you will need to update
the camera driver.
Step 1
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears to display
the System Properties dialog. Open the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager…
button in the Device Manager section.
Step 2
The Device Manager will be displayed. Under
the entry “Nikon 1394 Device,” double-click
“Nikon Digital Camera D1.”
Step 3
The Nikon Digital Camera D1 Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the Driver tab and
click Update Driver….
Logging On
You will need to log on as “Administrator” to update the device drivers.
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Step 4
The Windows update device driver wizard will
be displayed; click Next.
Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Select the search option and click Next.
Step 6
The dialog shown at right will be displayed. Holding down the shift key to prevent the Welcome
dialog from opening automatically, insert the
Nikon Capture 3 CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Select CD-ROM drives and click Next.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click the Quit button to close the
dialog.
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Step 7
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Select “Install one of the other drivers” and
click Next.
Step 8
Select Nikon Digital Camera D1 Series from the
dialog at right and click Next.
Step 9
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Finish.
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Step 10
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.
Step 11
Close the Device Manager, then click OK to close
the System Properties window.
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Troubleshooting
• If “1394 Bus host Controller” is not displayed in the Device Manager, if the IEEE 1394
board or card is listed under “Other Devices” or “Miscellaneous Devices,” or if the listing
for the IEEE 1394 board or card is preceded by a red or yellow warning icon…
…the computer does not recognize the IEEE 1394 board or card. Refer to the documentation provided with your computer or IEEE 1394 board or card for information on registering
the board or card with the system.
• If “1394 Bus host Controller” is listed in the Device Manager but the entry for the Nikon D1
(or D1X or D1H) does not appear…
…check the following:
• Is the camera on?
• Is the battery fully charged? If you are using an AC adapter (available separately), is it
properly connected?
• Is the mode dial set to “PC”?
• Is the IEEE 1394 cable properly connected?
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Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
Before You Begin
Confirm that the OHCI-compliant IEEE 1394 interface board has been correctly registered
with the system.
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears. The System Properties dialog will be displayed; click
the Device Manager tab.
The bus controller for
your IEEE 1394 board or
card should be listed under “1394 Bus Controller.”
If “1394 Bus Controller” 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 red or yellow
warning icons, follow the instructions in the manual provided with the board to ensure that
the drivers are properly installed.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using an IEEE 1394 cable and turn on the camera. The camera will be registered
automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Once registration is complete, check that the
D1X (or D1 or D1H) has been correctly registered with the system. Click the My Computer icon on the desktop with the right
mouse button and select Properties from the
menu that appears. The System Properties dialog will be displayed; click the Device Manager
tab.
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
Updating the Drivers for the D1
If you are already using the D1 with Nikon View DX or Nikon Capture, you will need to update the camera
drivers as described below in “Updating the Drivers for the D1.”
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Step 2
The Device Manager sheet will be displayed. After confirming that “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is listed in the Device Manager, click the
“+” sign to its left.
If no “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” listing appears or if “NIKON D1X” (or “D1” or “D1H”)
is listed under Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as instructed in “Reinstalling the
Device Driver” ( 85).
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is not listed in the Device Manager and “NIKON D1X” (or
“D1” or “D1H”) is not listed under Other Devices, disconnect the camera, and restart the
computer. When the computer has restarted, reconnect the camera to the computer.
Step 3
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 4
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 to close the System Properties window. Device registration is now complete.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is listed Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as described
below.
Step 1
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears. The System Properties dialog will be displayed; click
the Device Manager tab.
Step 2
The Device Manager sheet will be displayed.
Double-click the listing for the Nikon D1X (or D1
or D1H) that appears under “Other Devices” or
“Miscellaneous Devices.”
Step 3
The NIKON D1X (or D1 or D1H) Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the General tab
and click Reinstall Driver….
Step 4
The Windows update device driver wizard will
be displayed. Holding down the shift key to
prevent the Welcome dialog from opening
automatically, insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD
into the CD-ROM drive. Confirm that “Automatic search for a better driver (Recommended)” is selected and click Next. The wizard will automatically update the device drivers.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click the Quit button to close the
dialog.
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Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Finish.
Step 6
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.
Step 7
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
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Updating the Drivers for the D1 — Windows Millennium Edition (Me)
If you are already using the D1 with Nikon View DX or Nikon Capture, you will need to update
the camera driver.
Step 1
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears. The System Properties dialog will be displayed; click
the Device Manager tab.
Step 2
The Device Manager sheet will be displayed.
Under the entry “Nikon 1394 Device,” doubleclick “Nikon Digital Camera D1.”
Step 3
The Nikon Digital Camera D1 Series Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the Driver
tab and click Update Driver….
Step 4
The Windows update device driver wizard will
be displayed. Holding down the shift key to
prevent the Welcome dialog from opening
automatically, insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD
into the CD-ROM drive, select Automatic
Search for a Better Driver (Recommended), and click Next. The wizard will
automatically update the device drivers.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click the Quit button to close the
dialog.
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Step 5
The dialog shown below will be displayed. Select the driver located at “(Drive letter for CDROM drive):\” and click OK.
Step 6
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Finish.
Step 7
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.
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Step 8
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
Troubleshooting
• If “1394 Bus Controller” is not displayed in the Device Manager, if the IEEE 1394 board or
card is listed under “Other Devices” or “Miscellaneous Devices,” or if the listing for the IEEE
1394 board or card is preceded by a red or yellow warning icon…
…the computer does not recognize the IEEE 1394 board or card. Refer to the documentation provided with your computer or IEEE 1394 board or card for information on registering
the board or card with the system.
• If “1394 Bus Controller” is listed in the Device Manager but the entry for the Nikon D1X (or
D1 or D1H) does not appear…
…check the following:
• Is the camera on?
• Is the battery fully charged? If you are using an AC adapter (available separately), is it
properly connected?
• Is the mode dial set to “PC”?
• Is the IEEE 1394 cable properly connected?
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Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
Before You Begin
Confirm that your OHCI-compliant IEEE 1394 interface board or card has been correctly registered with the system.
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears. The System Properties dialog will be displayed; click
the Device Manager tab.
The bus controller for
your IEEE 1394 board or
card should be listed under “1394 Bus Controller.”
If “1394 Bus Controller” 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.
After installing Nikon Capture 3 and restarting the computer, connect your camera to the
computer using an IEEE 1394 cable and turn on the camera. The camera is registered automatically.
Follow the instructions below to check that the camera has been correctly registered with the
system.
Step 1
Once registration is complete, check that the D1X
(or D1 or D1H) has been correctly registered with
the system. Click the My Computer icon on
the desktop with the right mouse button and
select Properties from the menu that appears.
The System Properties dialog will be displayed;
click the Device Manager tab.
Updating the Drivers for the D1
If you are already using the D1 with Nikon View DX or an earlier version of Nikon Capture, you will need
to update the camera drivers as described below in “Updating the Drivers for the D1.”
Before Connecting the Camera
Be sure to install Nikon Capture 3 before connecting your camera to the computer.
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Step 2
The Device Manager sheet will be displayed. After confirming that “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is listed in the Device Manager, click the
“+” sign to its left.
If no “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” listing appears or if “NIKON D1X” (or “D1” or “D1H”)
is listed under Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as instructed in “Reinstalling the
Device Driver” ( 92).
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is not listed in the Device Manager and “NIKON D1X” (or
“D1” or “D1H”) is not listed under Other Devices, disconnect the camera, and restart the
computer. When the computer has restarted, reconnect the camera to the computer.
Step 3
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 4
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.
Click OK to close the System Properties window. Device registration is now complete.
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Reinstalling the Device Driver — Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
If “Nikon 1394 Protocol Device” is listed Other Devices, reinstall the device driver as described
below.
Step 1
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears. The System Properties dialog will be displayed; click
the Device Manager tab.
Step 2
The Device Manager sheet will be displayed.
Double-click the listing for the Nikon D1X (or
D1 or D1H) that appears under “Other Devices”
or “Miscellaneous Devices.”
Step 3
The NIKON D1X (or D1 or D1H) Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the General tab
and click Reinstall Driver.
Step 4
The Windows update device driver wizard will
be displayed; click Next.
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Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Select “Search for a better driver than the one
your device is using now. (Recommended)”
and click Next.
Step 6
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Holding down the shift key to prevent the Welcome dialog from opening automatically, insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD into the CD-ROM
drive. Select CD-ROM drive and click Next.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click the Quit button to close the
dialog.
Step 7
A dialog will be displayed stating that Windows has found the drivers for “Nikon Digital
Camera D1 Series”; click Next.
No Driver Found
If the message, “Windows was unable to find
a suitable driver for this device,” is displayed,
this may indicate that the Nikon Capture 3
CD was not correctly inserted in the CD-ROM
drive or that the correct search location was
not specified. Click Back to return to the dialog shown in Step 6, where you can confirm
that the correct location has been specified.
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Step 8
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Finish.
Step 9
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.
Step 10
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
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Updating Driver for the D1 — Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)
If you are already using the D1 with Nikon View DX or Nikon Capture, you will need to update
the camera driver.
Step 1
Click the My Computer icon on the desktop
with the right mouse button and select Properties from the menu that appears. The System Properties dialog will be displayed; click
the Device Manager tab.
Step 2
The Device Manager sheet will be displayed.
Under the entry “Nikon 1394 Device,” doubleclick “Nikon Digital Camera D1.”
Step 3
The Nikon Digital Camera D1 Series Properties dialog will be displayed. Open the Driver
tab and click Update Driver….
Step 4
The Windows update device driver wizard will
be displayed; click Next.
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Step 5
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Select “Search for a better driver than the one
your device is using now. (Recommended)”
and click Next.
Step 6
The dialog shown at right will be displayed.
Holding down the shift key to prevent the Welcome dialog from opening automatically, insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD into the CD-ROM
drive. Select CD-ROM drive and click Next.
The Welcome Dialog
If the Welcome dialog appears when the CD
is inserted, click the Quit button to close the
dialog.
Step 7
A dialog will be displayed stating that Windows has found the drivers for “Nikon Digital
Camera D1 Series.” Click Next.
No Driver Found
If the message, “Windows was unable to find
a suitable driver for this device,” is displayed,
this may indicate that the Nikon Capture 3
CD was not correctly inserted in the CD-ROM
drive or that the correct search location was
not specified. Click Back to return to the dialog shown in Step 6 where you can confirm
that the correct location has been specified.
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Step 8
The dialog shown at right will be displayed;
click Finish.
Restart
If a message is displayed prompting you to
restart Windows, click Restart.
Step 9
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.
Step 10
Click OK to close the System Properties window.
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Troubleshooting
• If “1394 Bus Controller” is not displayed in the Device Manager, if the IEEE 1394 board or
card is listed under “Other Devices” or “Miscellaneous Devices,” or if the listing for the IEEE
1394 board or card is preceded by a red or yellow warning icon…
…the computer does not recognize the IEEE 1394 board or card. Refer to the documentation provided with your computer or IEEE 1394 board or card for information on registering
the board or card with the system.
• If “1394 Bus Controller” is listed in the Device Manager but the entry for the Nikon D1x (or
D1 or D1H) does not appear…
…check the following
• Is the camera on?
• Is the battery fully charged? If you are using an AC adapter (available separately), is it
properly connected?
• Is the mode dial set to “PC”?
• Is the IEEE 1394 cable properly connected?
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This section explains how to install and uninstall Nikon Capture 3, how to connect your camera and insert the camera
memory card in a card reader or PC card slot, and how to start
Nikon Transfer.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 on a Macintosh
Before installing Nikon Capture 3, make sure that your computer meets the following system
requirements.
Mac OS 9.0.4*, 9.1, 9.2, Mac OS X (version 10.1.3† or later)
OS
Model
iMac, iMac DV, Power Mac G3 (Blue & White), Power Mac G4 or later, iBook,
PowerBook G3 or later
• Mac OS X: 128 MB (256 MB or more recommended)
RAM
• Mac OS 9: memory allocation of 32 MB or more to Nikon Capture 3 Camera
(Nikon Capture 3)
Control, 128 MB or more to Nikon Capture 3 Editor
RAM
(Nikon View 5)
64 MB or more (128 MB or more recommended with RAW images)
Hard-disk space
200 MB required for installation, with additional free disk space of 10 MB plus an
amount equal to double the capacity of camera memory card available on start-up
disk when Nikon Capture 3 is running.
Video resolution
800 × 600 pixels or more with 16-bit color (thousands of colors). 24-bit color
(millions of colors) recommended.
IEEE Built-in IEEE 1394 (FireWire) interface and IEEE 1394 cable required for connection
1394** to D1, D1X, and D1H
Interface
Built-in USB interface required for connection to D100 and COOLPIX-series camUSB†† eras with USB interface. Direct connection to other COOLPIX-series cameras not
supported.
Supported
cameras
• All functions, including Camera Control: Nikon D1, D1X, and D1H
• All functions except Camera Control: D100 and USB-equipped Nikon COOLPIX
cameras
Other
• CD-ROM drive required for installation
• Internet connection required for upload to the Web; e-mail program required
when sending pictures by e-mail
* With CarbonLib version 1.5 or later.
† Camera Control with D1-series cameras not supported under Mac OS X version 10.1.4 or earlier.
** The camera may not function as expected when connected to an IEEE 1394 hub.
†† The camera may not function as expected when connected to a USB hub.
Mac OS X
The administrator password is required when installing Nikon Capture
3 under Mac OS X.
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When the Nikon Capture 3 CD is inserted into a CD-ROM drive on a computer running Mac
OS 9.0, 9.1, or 9.2, the Welcome window will open automatically. To open the Welcome
window in Mac OS X, open the Nikon Capture 3 CD and double-click the Welcome icon.
In Mac OS 9, the Welcome window contains three tabs: the Software tab, the Bundled Software tab, and the Customer Support tab. The Bundled Software tab is not displayed in Mac
OS X. Clicking the Quit button will interrupt installation and close the Welcome window.
Software
Check the desired items and click Install. The selected
software will be installed in the order listed.
1 Nikon Capture 3
2 Nikon View 5
5.0.2 (QuickTime 5.0.2 is not included
3 inQuickTime
the list of software for Mac OS X)
Bundled Software (Mac OS 9 Only)
If Canto Cumulus 5 is installed on your Macintosh, this tab can be used to install the Cumulus
filter for Nikon digital cameras. The Cumulus filter for Nikon digital cameras can not be
installed if Canto Cumulus 5 is not installed.
1 Cumulus filter for Nikon digital cameras
Customer Support
Customer Support
Click Customer Support to open your web browser
to the Nikon Customer Support web site for your area
(Internet connection required).
ReadMe
Click ReadMe to view the ReadMe file. We recommend that you view the ReadMe file before installing
Nikon Capture 3.
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Installing Software from the Software Tab
Installing software from the software tab involves two steps: selecting the software and installing the software.
Step 1: Select software
Select the programs you want to install from
the list in the Software tab.
Nikon Capture 3
Check this box to install Nikon Capture 3.
Nikon View 5
Check this box to install Nikon View 5.
QuickTime 5.0.2 (Mac OS 9 only)
Check this box to install QuickTime 5.0.2 from
Apple Computer.
Step 2: Install software
Click Install to begin installation of the software selected in the Software tab. If more than
one item is selected, the software will be installed in the order listed.
2.1 — Install Nikon Capture 3
If you opted to install Nikon Capture 3, it will be installed first.
2.1.1 — Start the installer
Installation of Nikon Capture 3 opens with the dialog shown below.
Click Continue… to start the installer.
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon Capture 3, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon
View.
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2.1.2 — Accept the license agreement
The license agreement will be displayed. After making sure that you have read and understood the contents of the agreement, click Accept to continue installation.
The ReadMe file will be displayed. Take a few moments to view this file, which may contain
important information that could not be included in the manual.
After viewing the ReadMe file, click Continue….
Installing Nikon Capture 3 under Mac OS X
The administrator password is required when installing Nikon Capture
3 under Mac OS X.
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2.1.3 — Choose Easy Install
Choose Easy Install from the pull-down menu
in the top left corner of the Nikon Capture
Installer dialog.
2.1.4 — Confirm the install destination
The disk and folder to which Nikon Capture 3
will be installed are listed under “Install Location.”
2.1.5 — Start the installer
Click Install in the Nikon Capture Installer dialog to begin installation of Nikon Capture 3.
A progress meter will be displayed during installation.
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon Capture 3, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon
View.
Create Aliases (Mac OS 9 Only)
After you click Install in the Nikon Capture Installer dialog, a dialog will
be displayed asking whether you wish to create aliases for Nikon Capture 3 Editor and Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control on the desktop. Click
OK to create these aliases, or Cancel to exit without creating aliases.
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2.1.6 — Personalize your copy of Nikon Capture 3
Enter your name and company (if applicable)
to personalize your copy of Nikon Capture 3.
Clicking OK will display a confirmation dialog; if the information you entered is correct,
click Yes to proceed to the next step. To
change the information you entered, click No.
2.1.7 — Choose default color management settings
To use the color-space profile embedded in images opened in Nikon Capture 3, choose (A)
Use the color space of the file to be opened as the working color space for Nikon
Capture 3. To choose a default RGB color-space profile for the working color space in Nikon
Capture 3, choose (B) Always use the default RGB color space set below as the working color space for Nikon Capture 3. Click OK to put changes into effect and proceed to
the next step.
When (B) Always use the default RGB color space set below as the working color
space for Nikon Capture 3 is selected, the ColorSync settings button will be active. Click
this button to choose the default working color space in the ColorSync dialog.
Mac OS X
Mac OS 9
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Clicking Color space details displays a description of the different color-space profiles. Use
this explanation to help you choose a color-space profile.
The default output color-space profile can be changed at any time after installation in the
Color Management tab of the Nikon Capture 3 Editor or Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control
Preferences dialog.
2.1.8 — Complete installation of Nikon Capture 3
The following dialog is displayed when installation of Nikon Capture 3 is complete. Click Quit
to proceed to the next step.
Add to Dock (Mac OS X)
The dialog shown at right will be displayed when Nikon Capture 3 Editor and
Nikon Capture 3 Camera Control are installed. Click OK to add these components to the Dock.
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2.2 — Install Nikon View 5
If you opted to install Nikon View 5 in Step 1, the Nikon View 5 installer will start.
2.2.1 — Accept the license agreement
Installation of Nikon View 5 begins with the license agreement. After making sure that you
have read and understood the contents of the agreement, click Accept to continue installation.
The ReadMe file will be displayed. Take a few moments to view this file, which may contain
important information that could not be included in the manual.
After viewing the ReadMe file, click Continue….
Installing Nikon View 5 under Mac OS X
When installing Nikon View under Mac OS X, the Authenticate dialog
box will appear. Enter your administrator name and password.
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2.2.2 — Choose Easy Install
Choose Easy Install from the pull-down menu
in the top left corner of the Nikon View 5 Installer dialog.
2.2.3 — Confirm the install destination
The disk and folder to which Nikon View 5
will be installed are listed under “Install Location.”
2.2.4 — Start the installer
Click Install in the Nikon View 5 Installer dialog to begin installation of Nikon Vie 5. A
progress meter will be displayed during installation.
Earlier Versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon View
Before you can install Nikon Capture 3, you must uninstall any earlier versions of Nikon Capture and Nikon
View. Note that Nikon View 5 does not support connection of COOLPIX950, 910, 900, 800, or 700
digital cameras. It can however be used to view photographs taken with these cameras if the camera
memory card is inserted in a card reader or PC card slot, or in a model of digital camera supported under
Nikon View 5.
Create an Alias (Mac OS 9 Only)
After you click Install in the Nikon View 5 Installer dialog, a dialog will
be displayed asking whether you wish to create an alias for Nikon View 5
on the desktop. Click OK to create an alias, or Cancel to exit without
creating an alias.
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2.2.5 — Complete installation of Nikon View 5
The following dialog is displayed when installation of Nikon View 5 is complete. Click Quit to
proceed with installation of QuickTime 5.0.2, if selected (Mac OS 9 only).
2.2.6 — Restart the computer (Mac OS X only)
The dialog shown below when installation is complete. Click Restart to restart your computer.
2.3 — Install QuickTime 5.0.2 (Mac OS 9 Only)
If you opted to install QuickTime 5.0.2 in Step 1, the QuickTime installer will start.
2.3.1 — Read the welcome message
The Welcome to QuickTime 5 dialog will be
displayed. Click Continue.
2.3.2 — Accept the license agreement
The license agreement will be displayed. After making sure that you have read and understood the contents of the agreement, click
Agree to continue installation.
Add to Dock (Mac OS X Only)
When Nikon View 5 is installed, the dialog shown at right will appear asking if
you want to add Nikon View 5 to the Dock. Click OK to register Nikon View 5.
The Nikon View 5 icon will then appear in the Dock, allowing you to start the
program by clicking the icon.
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2.3.3 — Choose the installation type
The Choose Installation Type dialog will be displayed. Select Recommended and click Continue.
2.3.4 — Skip registration
The Registration dialog will be displayed.
Leave the entry fields blank and click Continue.
2.3.5 — Adjust QuickTime settings
The first of three QuickTime setup dialogs will
be displayed. Click Next after reading the
information in the first of these dialogs.
The Browser Plug-in dialog will be displayed, where you can adjust MIME settings to choose
the QuickTime plug-in for movie playback in Nikon Browser. After adjusting settings, click
Next to proceed to the Summary dialog. Check Open QuickTime player to start QuickTime
player when installation is complete. Click Finish to proceed to the next step.
2.3.6 — Complete installation of QuickTime 5.0.2
The dialog shown at right is displayed when
installation of QuickTime 5.0.2 is complete.
Click Continue to proceed to the next step.
Adjusting QuickTime Settings
QuickTime settings can be changed at any time after installation using the QuickTime Settings control
panel.
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Installing Nikon Capture 3 on a Macintosh
2.4 — Restart the computer
When installation of all components is complete, the dialog shown below will be displayed.
Click Restart to end installation and restart your computer.
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Connecting to a Computer
Before connecting your camera to a Macintosh computer for the first time, make sure that you
install Nikon Capture 3. After installing Nikon Capture 3, turn the camera on and connect it to
the computer, or insert the memory card into a card reader or a PC card slot.
For more information about connecting your camera to a computer, see the documentation
provided with your camera.
D1 / D1X / D1H (IEEE 1394 / Firewire Interface)
D100 (USB Interface)
COOLPIX Series (USB Interface)
Use a Reliable Power Source
To ensure that data transfer is not interrupted, be sure that the battery is fully charged. If in doubt, charge
the battery before use or use an AC adapter (available separately). If the battery is exhausted during
transfer, transfer will be interrupted and data may be lost.
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Using a PC Card Slot
When inserted in a PC-card adapter (available separately), the camera memory card functions
as a Type II PCMCIA ATA card, allowing images to be read from the card.
Inserting a Memory Card
Remove the memory card from the camera and insert it in the adapter.
Insert the adapter into a PCMCIA TYPE II ATA card slot on your computer. For more information on inserting the adapter, see the documentation provided with your computer.
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Depending on your computer’s operating environment, you may need to install software,
register the card adapter, or adjust OS settings when the adapter is inserted into the card slot.
For more information, refer to the instruction manual for your operating system.
Using a Card Reader
Images on the memory card can also be viewed using a card reader.
Inserting a Memory Card
After removing the memory card from the camera, insert it in the card reader and connect the
reader to the computer. See the documentation provided with the card reader for more information on connecting it to a computer.
Card reader (USB interface)
Card reader
Memory card
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Starting Nikon Transfer
Once installation is complete, Nikon Transfer
will start automatically whenever your Nikon
digital camera is connected to your computer
and turned on, or when the camera memory
card is inserted in a PC card slot or in a card
reader connected to the computer. Note that
only one camera can be connected to the computer at a time.
For information on using other components
of Nikon Capture 3, see the Nikon Capture 3
User’s Manual.
Starting Nikon Transfer under Mac OS X (10.1.3) or Later
If the operating system on your computer is Mac OS X, we recommend that you follow the
steps below before connecting your camera to the computer for the first time.
1
Start Image Capture
Select Applications from the Finder Go menu. Double click the Image Capture icon to
display the dialog shown below.
Auto Start
Nikon Transfer will start automatically when:
• A supported camera is connected while on and with a memory card in place
• A supported camera with a memory card in place is connected and then turned on
• A memory card from a supported camera (COOLPIX 600 excluded) is inserted in a card reader or PC card
slot
Starting Image Capture
You can also start Image Capture by double-clicking its icon in the Applications folder.
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2
Select None for “Automatic Task” and “Hot Plug Action”
Select None for “Automatic Task” and “Hot Plug Action” and close the Image Capture
dialog (if you install Apple iPhoto software after installing Nikon View 5, repeat steps 1
and 2 to prevent both iPhoto and Nikon View 5 from starting when you connect your
camera).
3
Connect the camera
Connect your camera to the computer and turn the computer on. Nikon Transfer will
start automatically.
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Uninstall
Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3 and Nikon View 5
This section describes how to uninstall the Macintosh versions of Nikon Capture 3 and Nikon
View 5.
Uninstalling Nikon Capture 3
1
2
Insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD into a CD-ROM drive and start the Nikon Capture 3 installer as described on pages 145–147 of “Installing Nikon Capture 3 on a Macintosh.”
3
4
Click the Uninstall button at the bottom right corner of the Nikon Capture Installer
dialog.
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Select Uninstall from the menu at the top left corner of the Nikon Capture Installer
dialog.
Once Nikon Capture 3 has been removed from your system, the dialog shown below will
be displayed. Click OK.
Uninstall
Uninstalling Nikon View 5
1
2
Insert the Nikon Capture 3 CD into a CD-ROM drive and start the Nikon View 5 installer as
described on pages 145 and 152–154 of “Installing Nikon Capture 3 on a Macintosh.”
3
4
Click the Uninstall button at the bottom right corner of the Nikon View Installer dialog.
Select Uninstall from the menu at the top left corner of the Nikon View Installer dialog.
Once Nikon View 5 has been removed from your system, the dialog shown below will be
displayed. Click OK.
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