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karma1248 Registered since 10th Sep 2012
Tue 02-Oct-12 08:17 PM | edited Tue 02-Oct-12 08:26 PM by karma1248

HI All,

I hope this is the proper forum to post this request. I didn't find any forum where this really fit.

Well, I just received my new to me D2XS and I'm in the process of checking it out. All was going very well until now. I have the latest version of Camera Control 2. It's been tested with my D2H's and D70. It worked properly.

So as part of the checkout procedure I hooked up the new camera to my computer with the proper USB cable (the one that worked with the other cameras). I started Camera Control and it came up with the "No Camera was detected" message on its control panel as expected. I then turned on the camera, Windows responded with its little "I see you" gong meaning it recognized that a USB device had just been connected. Windows knows the camera (or some USB device) is there. I expected to see an indication that Camera Control recognized the D2XS with a note on its control panel as it would normally do.

But nothing happened. It behaves like the camera is not present. I tried different turn on and connection sequences. No help at all. I reconnected my D2H and D70 and Camera Control acted normally.

Whatever is happening seems to be associated strictly with the D2XS.

BTW, I was able to transfer photo files to Capture NX from the D2XS. This probably means the USB interface is working.

So, I ask if any of you have run into something like this. Is a driver involved? Usually if Windows needs a driver it goes out and finds one if it can.

Thanks for your help.


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