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    Hi stevee £90 is not bad to just move a mouse and click on format it’s very technical wonder how much he would charge to get some tools out £200 to fit a hard drive …. 5 mins work…. There is no programming just two wire connections but less than £200 you can have a new dvr with the ability to change your cameras overtime to 4K so gives you another 5 to 10 years but first if you have a Philips screw driver I will send you a hard drive for free for your pioneer take top cover off then turn unit over and you will see 4 screws holding hard drive in … unplug the two wires and insert new one then see if you have the same problems does that sound like a plan
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    Hi. Stevee You might find it’s not the hard drive. The fan on top of cpu. Might be on its way out Are you using the explorer app ? yes your right for the cost of a new hard drive for a bit more you can get a new recorder
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    Hi. With your setup ….. camera to pc and eating your cpu is probably down to your cameras set at h265 ….. pc will use up cpu converting back to h264
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    It was only a question but yes the software would still work or set up groups and attach plates to each group for each person that has that permission
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    Hi. Looking at the spec you have bought a AHD system which will limit you to cameras you can use also that recorder has a res limit you can either buy the right cameras but your cheapest option is to replace your recorder to something that takes all camera formats
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    Hello, I have several dahua cameras mode, IPC-HFW1230M-S-I2 and IPC-HDBW1230E, and would like to know if someone has latest firmware. I cannot find it in the dahua site and i think this is to old for a camera bought 1 year ago. Thanks in avance Device Type IPC-HFW1230M-S-I2 System Version 2.622.0000000.8.R, Build Date: 2017-12-23 WEB Version ONVIF Version 16.12(V2.4.1.513183) Device Type IPC-HDBW1230E System Version 2.622.0000000.8.R, Build Date: 2017-12-23 WEB Version ONVIF Version 16.12(V2.4.1.513183)
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    a thing to know about IR illuminators: the ones shown above have large LEDs. this is a good thing. you can get an illuminator the size of the first one shown, with 96 tiny LEDs. the problem is, one of them gets hot and burns out, leaving 95 LEDs to suck up the same power source. the voltage across the remaining LEDs ratchets up a notch. the extra voltage burns out another LED, . the voltage across the remaining LEDs ratchets up another notch... pretty soon, you have a dozen surviving LEDs, which all burn up at once. big LEDs can handle more heat. the big LED illuminators operate for years. the ones with 4 vast LEDs in a 4 inch circle outlast the 48 LEDs in a 4 inch circle like a Chevy outlasts a Yugo.
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    Update: Found the uart and here is what i am getting on 115200: U-Boot 2010.06-svn342 (Jan 20 2016 - 19:33:32) Check spi flash controller v350... Found Spi(cs1) ID: 0xC2 0x20 0x18 0xC2 0x20 0x18 Spi(cs1): Block:64KB Chip:16MB Name:"MX25L128XX" Set lock level: 3, start of bottom address Spi is locked. lock address[0x0 => 0x40000] envcrc 0x85a986c0 ENV_SIZE = 0x3fffc In: serial Out: serial Err: serial USB: scanning bus for devices... 1 USB Device(s) found 0 Storage Device(s) found Press CTRL-C to abort autoboot in 0 seconds16384 KiB hi_sfc at 0:0 is now current device CFG_BOOT_ADDR:0x0 0ff:0x84000000 cramfs: wrong magic super.magic:0x5d0ab7ad,CRAMFS_32 (CRAMFS_MAGIC):0x28cd3d45 0ff:0x84000000 cramfs: wrong magic super.magic:0x5d0ab7ad,CRAMFS_32 (CRAMFS_MAGIC):0x28cd3d45 ### /UbootLogo/ LOAD ERROR<ffffffff> ! jpeg decoding ... <<addr=0x8e800000, size=0xb85f9, vobuf=0x8e800000>> addr:0x80853e64,size:755193,logoaddr:0x8e800000,: 1,4a load jpeg err. CFG_BOOT_ADDR:0x58080000 0ff:0x84000000 cramfs: wrong magic super.magic:0xc5ae99c9,CRAMFS_32 (CRAMFS_MAGIC):0x28cd3d45 ### boot/zImage.img LOAD ERROR<ffffffff> ! Wrong Image Format for bootm command ERROR: can't get kernel image! hisilicon #
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    Hi. If recorder is connected to internet then no it’s not just local…. You don’t even need face detection it still collects that data To stop others watching your system …. While on internet your system is connected to a server 1000s miles away https://www.securityinfowatch.com/video-surveillance/article/21227289/fcc-moves-one-step-closer-to-banning-hikvision-dahua-products
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