>I have tried and tried to install the firmware for the D200, >without much luck. I hate to send it off because it is the >only camera I own now. > >I have followed everyones instructions, but no luck. Nikon >told me not to use " Mass Storage". This is the most >frustrating thing I have ever tried to do and everyone says >its so simple. I am not an idiot. I had a good education and >can follow instructions. > >This thing is kicking my butt.
You've probably been able to install the firmware by now, but for any others that may also need to do this, let me describe what I found that gave me problems.
I read this string several time and I hope I didn't miss this "tip". I followed Nikon's instructions for the upgrade and was able to copy the files to the root directory with no trouble - probably more so because of the explanations in this string.
But when I put the card in the camera to do the upgrade and got to the point where I had to highlight Yes and ENTER to start the upgrade, I tried to select Yes using the multi-selector! Why not, that's how you navigate through the screens? But you must actually press the ENTER button, bottom button on left side near screen on the back of the camera. Once I discovered that little fact, all went well and I now have the firmware at 2.01 for both A and B.