I am having troubles with Nikon transfer 2, my operating system is Windows 7 and has worked flawlessly forever up to a couple day ago. I took some pictures from around town and came home and tried to download to my computer like always. I plugged the computer in and Nikon Transfer 2 popped up, all my pictures where there, I set the new destinations and preferences I was going to use and when I went to down load them the “Start Transfer” button was no where to be found.
All the pictures are in the Transfer queue, just no transfer button.
The settings I used were: Source was – D700, Primary destination was the selected folder I was going to use, No back-up, Preferences: Add additional information to files: copyright,- Embed ICC colour profile during transfer. Open destination folder with the following application after transfer, I tried View NX2, Capture NX2 and Explorer and the transfer button failed to appear in all of them.
Any ideas , Thanks
I say, forget warning label and let nature follow it course,
I agree, thin out the herd a bit
This is what all us young hockey players in Trail BC lived for! I got my chance as a goalie in 1970 with the Trail Pee Wee reps (11-12 yrs), in Victoria. The first year they had provincials, and we won it.
Great Memories https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trail_Smoke_Eaters_
Who said you can't go back
Let me know if you have ever heard of the Smokies!
I'm guessing for the same reason January 1st thru February 28th and March 1st thru December 31st are only once a year. Something to do with the Gregorian calendar and the rotation of the earth.
Why is veterans day only one day per year? Probably the same reason any civil holiday is only 1 day per year.
Did you listen or watch the video?
Do you really think that 1 day a year is enough to thank, or think of the ones who didn't return and the ones who did?
It's not about the day, it's about the meaning behind the day
Great song to end a year, greater song to bring in a new one.
That was wonderful
I am asking for advice on brands of good quality hiking shoes for my photography excursions. The last pair I purchased were great, but too small. I got them on line and that was the problem. I could not try them on first and walk around. Any suggestions will be helpful.
Get Tyrol. I have had mine for 44 years, got them in grade 11, still going strong, 6-7 sets of Vibram soles, and plenty of treasured miles.
Which ever kind you get make sure the shell of the boot is just one piece of leather seamed at the back only.
Oh I should tell ya, I paid $55 back then, I'd bet they would be $500 or more now!
One of the floor tiles is numbered