Thank you for the info DeltaMac. When I go to preferences and go into my "Sharing" preference folder, the closest option I have to what is depicted on the tenoshare link is File Sharing (nothing about "Permissions"). And there I do show that I have both read and write next to my name.The error -9934 seems to be fairly common, and is usually a permissions issue. The folder for the location where you want to save your images may not have proper permissions to allow you to save (write) to that folder.
Good steps for a likely fix here: https://www.tenorshare.com/mac-os/image-capture-error.html#p4
Ok, so I went to my hard drive, clicked on my Photoshop CS6 folder and command-I, I drop down to "Sharing & Permissions" and in the "Name" column where is should say "me" it says "system"? could this be the problem? And it does have "Read & Write" showing in Privilege column.Oh, sorry, the article that I posted wasn't too clear about how to actually check permissions.
Click on the folder that you want to use. Press Command-i, which will bring up the Info window for that folder. You can also go to the File menu, and click on "Get Info" - which will give you the same result. You will see the "Sharing & Permissions" section near the bottom of that window. Unlock the settings by clicking the padlock on the bottom right corner of that window.
You'll see your user name, with (Me) (because, well, it is you!). Click the up/down arrows in the Privilege column, same line as (Me). Make sure that Read & Write are selected, (Don't touch the Privilege setting for any other lines, just your user) then you can close that window, and continue with what you were doing. That should work this time.
Thank you, no I've been shooting with my Nikon 5100 and downloading to this computer since 2011 when I bought it. Just hitting import and using image capture to download in photoshop in NEF RAW and saving originals to my hard drive in Photoshop RAW.The app/program will have permissions set as Read Only for you the user. That is how it is installed by the installer. When you create a folder for your images (or whatever you are saving), you have automatic permissions to write (as well as read).
Your images are saved in the 'raw form' (before editing them). Once you edit, you can save the edited image (save as) in the Photoshop library. I personally preferred this so I have the raw images for a future project.
Is this the first time you are transferring images from this camera to this particular computer?