Hi to all in this group. I have a little problem that I hope somebody here maybe able to assist me with.. Reference to - Auto Importing Images. Apple Powerbook G4 OS X 10.5.8 Due to having Firewire connectivity, I've recently got a Powerbook G4 for direct use with my digital camera, also having a Firewire port. I simply just wish to preview images automatically, full screen without having to manually import them from the camera. Apple's Image Capture utility can see my camera when connected, it will download images to my mac but only when I manually tell it to. I gone through all the preferences to setup auto import. Having bought and Installed Capture Control Pro from Nikon, thinking this would rectify things, but again, it won't auto download from the camera. I've looked at how to set up a tethered DSLR, looked at all the basic settings, systematically been through all preferences on both software to set auto import images, I've created a folder on the desktop and pointed the software to look at that when images have been taken, it all seems straight forward to understand and to setup, but something is not quite right to get things working how I want it too. The Nikon software can see and control the camera when connected, but that too won't automatically import the images, only download manually. Having done some searching on the net, I've found out that on the powerbook itself there should be a two files from within System File Folder called Importimage.bundle & Autoimport.app Having checked this, I can only see Importimage.bundle ?? Autoimport.app seems to be missing ? Could this be the problem, a missing system file that is preventing the image being previewed automatically and preventing the software from working properly.. If so, how do I rectify this.. Any idea's please.. Thanks, Paul.