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windows 10 and nikon d7100

ok... last night i finnally updated my computer from win8.1 to 10.

im in the middle of taking pictures for my website...

for the past 6 months or so i would take about 200 or more pictures a week.

last night i finnally reached 10k. It created a new folder and started taking pictures starting at 1. I got up to 55.

afterwards i started the update to windows 10. and went to bed.

this morning i finished the process of the update, and started taking pictures again.

when i went to photo view, i did not see the 5 pictures i just took, so i went back to the 7100 folder and found out that it had created a new folder and started back at 1... (should have been 56)...

i am keeping track of the numnbers so i know what pics go with what pieces...

I need to know why windows 10 is doing this to me, i blame win10 cause i have not changed any of the settings on my camera, and it worked fine for over 6 months.

Is this going to be happening everyday?

how can i get this back to the way it was without going back to win 8.1?

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Clarification Request
Unclear here. What app are you using?

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Windows 10 is the OS, so this must be an app issue. What app?

Also, where's the backups? Are your trying to use a PC without backups of things you can't lose?

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fixed i guess

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ok somehow it was a glitch... it fixed itself

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RE: clarification

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PROFFITT

i have the camera plugged into my computer... so i can open the picture as soon as i take it.


i view it using file manager and photo viewer

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So no backups? Hint: Time to think about that.

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your suggestion

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i have double backup... happy Cool

i will look into that article... but if i have never changed any of my settings, for over 10k pics, on the camera about making a new folder, so why is it now giving me problems.

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That's a common refrain.

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"I changed nothing"

It still means I get to open up menus and do some research. My camera creates new folders and for me that's no issue. I've had too many digital cameras over the years so I think I must be used to folder hunts.

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Well are the folders on the

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camera or the computer? Is photo view an application running on the PC?

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wherefore art thou stuff

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ok the folders are on my sd card in my camera... i am viewing them on photo viewer app that is on my computer

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Re: folders

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If the folders are on the camera and the camera puts the pictures in the folders, why do you think Windows 10 is involved?

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ill look into camera

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i am reluctant to look into the camera as being the issue, because nothing has changed.

in fact yesterday i looked at camera menu... going thru it and couldnt find a setting to change

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While reluctant

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The clues are pointing to the camera. Ask the camera maker about the rules of folder creation. Windows doesn't dictate to the camera about this.

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