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outsider

outsider

Member Since 15 Mar 2016
Offline Last Active Sep 20 2019 08:52 AM
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In Topic: Computer will not recognize D3S via USB

11 September 2019 - 09:02 AM

Just checking. You have connected the camera directly to the computer and not via a USB-hub, right?

 

Have you tried installing ViewNX-i?

 

If yes to those two, I'm lost for suggestions.

 

This is correct.  Directly to front and back usb ports.  I've installed Nikon transfer as well.  I uninstalled my other D3S in the device manager under "devices" in windows 10, still nothing.  I have the option of sending it back for another body.  The one I have has just over 48,000 actuations.  The replacement would have 120,000 actuations.  Which really doesn't mean much.


In Topic: Computer will not recognize D3S via USB

10 September 2019 - 03:00 PM

Thank you for the advices.  I've installed the Nikon software with Transfer 2.  Nothing.  I've tried almost every hardware/software trick.  Nothing.  I updated to latest firmware.  Nothing.  I've used different cards, brands, sizes.  Pleaded with it.  I think perhaps it may simply be an extremely rare manufacturing flaw where one of the pins isn't making contact inside the camera.  But as Bengan said, card reader is best.  I wouldn't wan't to get caught transferring 60gb of photos via usb.  Any other advice I will try!