#1. "RE: View NX2 upgrade download problem" In response to Reply # 0
I believe Transfer is now part of the View NX program. You need to launch it and assuming the program properly detects an inserted memory/flash card, you will have a Transfer button somewhere on the upper left of the menu bar when View NX launches. It's been hokey at times - I've had cards inserted in my reader and Transfer remains grayed out, but the last two upgrades, it's been working like a champ.
#2. "RE: View NX2 upgrade download problem" In response to Reply # 1
Thank you Armando. As you probably guessed I am techno challenged so I appreciate this. I'm sure that somewhere in the download instructions this was indicated - but I must have missed it. Will come back if I have problems.
#4. "RE: View NX2 upgrade download problem" In response to Reply # 3
It is still possible to download and use the old Nikon Transfer program from the Nikon Download site, but DON'T DO IT without a really good reason. The old product does not support newer cameras and will corrupt images.
#5. "RE: View NX2 upgrade download problem" In response to Reply # 4
Eric, thank you. I have a D90 so by your post might not be a problem? But this is good for me, and others, to know. I'm surprised that Nikon did not make this more obvious in their download availability notification and preamble.
#6. "RE: View NX2 upgrade download problem" In response to Reply # 5
The old version of Nikon Transfer has been discontinued for quite some time - since the initial release of View NX2. There may be issues beyond the file corruption. In any event, I don't see any reason to use it.
The old version does have fine print describing that it will not operate properly with newer cameras. I am sure there is some obscure reason for not removing it completely, but it would save a lot of headaches if they provided better notification - for example, a warning pop up that indicates it is an old version and should not be used.