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    Anyone has PictureProject software? Actually it's come with Nikon D80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne Chong View Post
    Anyone has PictureProject software? Actually it's come with Nikon D80.

    That is such an old s/w heheh I got that with my D70 in 2004. Why are you still looking for it?

    http://pictureproject.software.informer.com/download/

    google is your friend.
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    Hi Sammy, thank you for the advise. I did try to downloaded from Informer previously but it's a upgrade version. /cry

    Do you still have the CD software with you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne Chong View Post
    Hi Sammy, thank you for the advise. I did try to downloaded from Informer previously but it's a upgrade version. /cry

    Do you still have the CD software with you?

    any reason that you want to use an old software, which a current version software unable to provide you?
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    Because I am use it... and feel that it is more faster and easier to enhance the photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne Chong View Post
    Because I am use it... and feel that it is more faster and easier to enhance the photo.
    wishing you all the best for locating it.
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    Only used it to install a few times but like any nerd, I never throw any of my old s/w CDs aways heh. Are you sure your present day computer can use it? Some older s/w don't sit well with newer Operational System.

    I seem to have problem opening it on my CDROM drive hehe
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    Okay I think I got it opened after many tries of brute reading. Maybe the CD is worn out from aging in the cabinet drawer for too many years.

    I have single out the English version installer. I try to install but my Windows 10 detected it as have compatibility issues and need to downgrade to compatibility mode which I do not want happen as I prefer 64bit s/w and not 32bit one if possible to reside on my computer so did not continue.

    I the English version in ZIP format and it is about 25mbs large.

    Most email like Gmail I think only goes to 10mbs max for attachment. So what other ways you want me to send it up to you? I don;t have Dropbox set up on my home PC and in any case it was my former office's use. If you have something set up for me to upload would be better.

    But seriously you should consider using something newer if you have a fast computer or are you also using a 2004 PC to do your work? LOL. I use View NX2 from Nikon which is great and when i want more control for editing I use Lightroom CC.
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    Okay .. I set up a DROPBOXX account and have uploaded it. Just PM me with a generic email url and I will send you the link to download and hopefully it works for you.
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    Joanne, please contact sammy888 directly via PM,
    try not to list your contact info in a forum, some people may contact you for some very wrong reasons, I deleted your post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    Joanne, please contact sammy888 directly via PM,
    try not to list your contact info in a forum, some people may contact you for some very wrong reasons, I deleted your post.

    Noted with thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joanne Chong View Post
    Noted with thanks.
    Done Link sent to her
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    Default Re: pictureProject Software

    nowadays people changing software, hardware like changing clothes, rare to see someone looking for an very old software and someone do really keep a copy of it.
    good to know there is a happy ending of this.

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