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    OS 10.7.5 - iPhoto 6.0.6 - D70 Nikon
    Hello,
    I've had Macs for a while, but still consider myself in the learning stage.

    I'm having trouble with moving photos from my Nikon to iPhoto on my Macbook Pro since I updated to Lion. Are there any known issues to anyone's knowledge, or ? Thanks for any help you can suggest…
    "Cat Nanny"

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    Specs:
    27" i7 iMac. Intel Quad Core. 16 GB Ram.
    No problems that I know of. I use a Nikon and have never had any trouble with the transfers.
     Machine Specs: 27" i7 iMac l 2.8 GHz Quad Core l 16 GB 1067 MHz DDR 3 Ram l ATI Radeon HD 4850 512 MB Ram l 2 TB Sata HDD l 2 TB Time Machine [Seagate GoFlex. Firewire 800] l Built-in OPTIC DVD RW AD-5680H l Built-in Card reader l Mac OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan I iPhone 4S 16 GB iOS 9.3.3

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    09 MBP 8GB ram 500GB HD OS 10.9 32B iPad 4 32GB iPhone 5 iOs7 2TB TC Apple TV3
    Nikon D-80 using 10.9.2 with no issues.

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    Late 2013 27" iMac, iPad 3, iPhone 6s+, iPhone 6+, 3 iPods, El Capitan
    I'm having trouble with moving photos from my Nikon to iPhoto on my Macbook Pro since I updated to Lion. Are there any known issues to anyone's knowledge, or ? Thanks for any help you can suggest…
    Did you install, and are you using the Nikon software? If you are, remove it and try uploading your photos to iPhoto again.

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    late 2012 IMac 27", early 2015 MBPr, early 2014 MBA, mid 2010 MB (10,11.6), iPhone 6 (iOS 9).
    are you using a card reader or connecting your camera to your mac via usb?
    Johann Gambolputty de Von Ausfern....


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    I'm using a USB connection.

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    nickyr's Avatar
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    late 2012 IMac 27", early 2015 MBPr, early 2014 MBA, mid 2010 MB (10,11.6), iPhone 6 (iOS 9).
    OK it's possible there could be a problem with the usb lead or the actual card itself being corrupted.

    Are you able to plug your camera into another computer to rule this out?
    Johann Gambolputty de Von Ausfern....


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    Yes, I'm able to transport photos to my desktop, it's still using IMac, 10.6.8

    Thanks to others who have replied--I'm having trouble navigating on this site as I'm not familiar with using it and how to reply to everyone…am a senior citz, lol…please have patience with me!

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    late 2012 IMac 27", early 2015 MBPr, early 2014 MBA, mid 2010 MB (10,11.6), iPhone 6 (iOS 9).
    At least you can get them off your camera onto your mac so that proves that the card and cable are OK.

    When you say you can't import them to iPhoto, what exactly are you encountering? Do you get an error message at all?
    Johann Gambolputty de Von Ausfern....


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    No msg window reporting error…I wait for transport but nothing happens...

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    nickyr's Avatar
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    late 2012 IMac 27", early 2015 MBPr, early 2014 MBA, mid 2010 MB (10,11.6), iPhone 6 (iOS 9).
    How exactly are you trying to import your images into iPhoto if they are already on your desktop?
    Johann Gambolputty de Von Ausfern....


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    nickyr's Avatar
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    Specs:
    late 2012 IMac 27", early 2015 MBPr, early 2014 MBA, mid 2010 MB (10,11.6), iPhone 6 (iOS 9).
    Sorry, forget the last post. So, with your D70 you can import images onto your desktop on your iMac running 10.6

    But you can't import them onto your MBP running 10.7.

    On your MBP, can you open an application called Image Capture?
    Johann Gambolputty de Von Ausfern....


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    Yes, I can use Image Capture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickyr View Post
    How exactly are you trying to import your images into iPhoto if they are already on your desktop?
    I'm sorry… MBP (laptop) is the computer with the problem. The iMac is the large desktop computer onto which I'm able to transport from my Nikon.

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    Clarifying what I meant to say is that I used "desktop" to mean my large, iMac, with which I'm able to transfer photos to iPhoto.
    And I can use "Grab" to capture an image.

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