Hi there. I have just upgraded my laptop to windows 7 and reinstalled Capture NX. Having just returned from a trip and itching to get at the photos I now find that once photos are modified and you want to save a window comes up unable to save. Shots were in RAW and saved to an external Lacie drive which all worked just fine on windows XP. Is there anyone who has had the same problem or can maybe give me some directions on how to overcome this problem? Many thanks. Eugene
#2. "RE: Windows 7 and Capture NX" In response to Reply # 0 Sun 01-Aug-10 05:49 AM by robsb
San Jose, US
Eugene I am traveling and can't be much help right now. but are you using NX or NX2? is your wIN 7 32 OR 64 BIT? Are you running all the latest versions NX2 2.2.4 for example. Have you tried resetting your cache? If you changed the OS on an existing XP system, the siggestion about permissions is right on. You will need to reset those formany programs to work properly as Win 7 will see the old files as not having access.
#3. "RE: Windows 7 and Capture NX" In response to Reply # 2
If you are getting unable to save with every attempt then no I have not had this problem. If you are getting a blank progress bar and the occasional 'Unable to Save' message about every third save or after ten or fifteen minutes of editing then - welcome to NX2 on WIndows 7.
I have been trying to solve this problem for months and have got nowhere. Check the other threads on this forum.
#6. "RE: Windows 7 and Capture NX" In response to Reply # 2
Thank you guys I am glad to hear I am not the only one experiencing problems. Rob I am not quite up to speed on settings would you mind at a time convenient to you elaborating on your suggestions? I have had progress though - I had Cature Nx and I have now downloaded the trial version of NX2 which works fine except that it will not allow you to open a photo from the browser - you can however open with View NX into Capture process and save the photo. When you try open from the Capture browser you get little circle that looks like a roadsign with a line through it denying you access. Am seeing Nikon here in South Africa on Friday to see if we can sort it out. Will let you have feedback as well as everyone else. I will however take these comments with me and pass them on to our guys here - they are very helpful Regards Eugene