"Only Pre-installed versions of the operating systems listed above are supported. * - 32- and 64-bit versions are supported. However, under 64-bit versions, the software operates as a 32-bit application."
A 64 bit version would be nice although having such a version might make no difference at all to the performance. I have many programs installed in the "Program Files X86 folder" (the place where Windows stores 32 bit software) on my Windows 7 Pro 64 bit machine and everything in there works very well.
>Thanks Gary - then I'll think I'll risk it and upgrade to >Lion!
Might just be the thing to do. Over here, CNX2, VNX2, Camera Control Pro 2 are all running fine. I get the occasional (1 in 10) hiccup with Nikon Transfer, where it will transfer images from the card just fine, then lock up and need to be force-quit. Doesn't seem to affect anything else. Running an older iMac here, 2.66 Ghz Core 2 Duo, only 4Gb ram. Machine will hold 6Gb, but you have to put in two 4Gb dimms to get it. My miserly side comes out when I get to the store and I don't buy the 4Gb dimms. Happy Shooting!
Tue 27-Sep-11 12:37 AM | edited Tue 27-Sep-11 12:47 AM by sevtcard
has anybody had this error: 'the wizard was interrupted before capture nx 2 updater could be completely installed'
this occurred first when i tried to delete and then reinstall 2.2.7...i was able to get 2.2.6 installed and then got the above message with 2.2.7 and now have gotten the same with 2.2.8 installer...haven't contacted nikon yet...generally find that frustrating - thought i'd go to the source first...win 7 64bit intel i7 980x, core 6, 12 gb mem, ssd boot drive and terabytes of hard drives
I remember having some problems in going from version 2.2.4 to 2.2.6 and went back to 2.2.4...slowdown and other quirks. I still have Visa Home Premium and wonder if I should go ahead with this latest version. Should I go from 2.2.4 to the next one before finally getting to 2.2.8?
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I've had some minor performance issues with 2.2.8. There is nothing major in upgrades after 2.2.4 if you have an older camera. New cameras require the new versions. The 2.2.6 was a full upgrade so I would make sure to install the full version and then upgrade.