Nikon Capture 4.4.0 Installer Issue

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Bocheememon, Apr 8, 2006.

  1. Bocheememon macrumors regular

    Bocheememon

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    Fertile, MN
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    I hit this message box that says:

    Required softare extensions are missing.
    Click the 'OK' button, and you will be transferred to the PACE web site where an installer can be downloaded.

    Item: IntCLv.app
    When I hit item 127 on the Nikon Installer, it takes me to this window.

    Also, I can't even click on the window!

    The system I have is this:
    Mac Mini 1.67
    2gb Ram
    OS Tiger 10.4.6

    I am disillusioned by Nikon Software and not because of this installer. Nikon View and Editor have excellent image results, but the software is slow. I went from a 667mhz powerbook to the 1.5 gh mini without any change is speed performance for the programs. My brother has a beautiful Dual Athlon 2gb Alienware tower that runs the programs nicely, but they still feel bogged down! :(
     
  2. zarathustra macrumors 6502a

    zarathustra

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    If you are not dependent on Nikon Capture (Live Preview on the comp, fisheye conversion, etc.) I would ditch it. Aperture, Photoshop, heck even iPhoto do a remarkably better job than the nikon apps.

    BTW, i had the same error message. i just gave up and using iPhoto for cataloging and Photoshop for editing.
     
  3. greenteapanda macrumors newbie

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    Force quit the installer when you get the message, then run the installer again. I was able to complete the install successully when I was running 10.4.5 that way.

    Good luck!
     
  4. Bocheememon thread starter macrumors regular

    Bocheememon

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    Location:
    Fertile, MN
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    A solution.

    I found a solution by accident!

    When the IntCLV.app pops up, you also get that window that asks you to go to the PACE website. That window also won't go away, so I checked my Activity Monitor to see if I could quit that process.

    Once you hit that error, go to Activity Monitor and quit the IntCLV process. Once done, the installer continues!

    YAY!

    zarathustra: The program is slow. Well, I am running Rosetta, but still, I have the feeling it would not be that fast as a Universal App.
    Have you used Aperture? I'm curious about how different the RAW conversion is from the Nikon RAW convertor.

    greenteapanda: I tried restarting a few times. It must be luck-of-the-draw.

    Well, if anyone has these issues, I hope this method works for them!
     

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