I have been using Nikon NX2 ever since i purchased my first DSLR back in 2011. For me, it was an easy program to use and after years of using it, i was able to navigate the interface with ease. Sadly, i have had to get rid of it.
A few weeks back, i was doing some work in NX2 and it just stopped working. Therefore, i closed it down and restarted it. Even though i performed this operation multiple times, NX2 would simply keep crashing. The weird thing was, every time i restarted it by double clicking on a photo, the photo would come up in NX2 at 100% zoom. Yeah, weird.
In order to try and solve the problem, i uninstalled the program, restarted my laptop, cleaned up the registry and re-installed NX2. To my dismay, this did not help either. At this point, i said to heck with it and just took it off of my laptop. There was no way that i was going to bang my head against the wall, trying to figure out why NX2 was conflicting with Windows or another program. However, i am going to assume that the last batch of windows updates had something to do with wreaking havoc on NX2.
Speaking of those windows updates, i actually had to roll my computer back to the day before i installed those updates. Not only did they mess up NX2, but they also made the mouse on my computer go a little wonky. I have re-installed the updates, but not the massive one (i don’t remember the K#). That huge update was apparently giving many other users of Windows 8.1 headaches.
Now i am forced to learn Photoshop even better, which is a good thing. I also have access to PhotoDirector, which came on my laptop. It’s a nice program; but yet again, i have to learn a new software. Wish me luck.
Thanks for looking.
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