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Ned_L

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"RE: He Who Must Not Be Named"

Ned_L Moderator Awarded for his in-depth knowledge in various areas, especially Travel Photography Charter Member
Tue 26-Feb-13 12:06 AM

Thanks Kent. Let me see.


  1. Definitely always start updates with a charged battery.
  2. Go to the following page on the Nikon USA website: http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18115/session/L2F2LzEvdGltZS8xMzYxODM5NDc1L3NpZC9Hbk90Nk5qbA%3D%3D
  3. Toward the bottom of the page, under "Macintosh:" click on the "I agree, Begin download" button.
  4. You should get a DMG file. The Macintosh Download Manager should then download and mount the file then begin the install. If not, open the mounted file and run the installer if it does not automatically start installing.
  5. Copy the firmware (D4_0104.bin) to the top level of your XQD card if it's your primary card, or your CF card, if it's the primary memory card. Make sure you copy the firmware to the top level (root) of your memory card. If you don't do both, your D4 won't see the file when you try to update it.
  6. Drag the camera volume into the Trash and remove the memory card from the card reader or card slot.
  7. Insert the memory card containing the firmware into the camera memory card slot
  8. Turn the D4 on
  9. Press the Menu button and go to the Setup Menu
  10. Go to Firmware version and press OK
  11. Go down to "Update" and press OK
  12. Go to "yes" and press OK
  13. Don't do anything else until the D4 tells you it's done.
  14. Check what Firmware you now have to confirm the update's success.
  15. If successful you can now format your memory card, then turn the D4 off.

That's it. You'll do fine.

Ned
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