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I forgot my password to my Defender Security DVR, online support says they will only respond by email in a few buisness days and only if so info matches their system, and I have no clue as to the date I purchased this! Is there a way to hard reset this or is there an override password?


Please think twice and realize people can not help you when they do NOT know what the particular device are you talking about!
What the particular model of the Defender DVR device you are talking about?

Here is an article about hardcoded support passwords in some DVR's including some Defender DVR's (a brand of Circus World Displays), which (may be!) you can use to access your device.
https://www.networkworld.com/article/3034261/hard-coded-password-exposes-up-to-46000-video-surveillance-dvrs-to-hacking.html
Read carefully and look if this info related to your case.
Search with Google info on your particular model, it's internals and access methods. Most of advanced network DVR's contain Linux-based firmware, so there are good chances for hackers to explore firmware internals and find useful things.

In the modern world any devices may be produced by any manufacturers and sold under any brands. Thus, internal architecture of the particular device and its real properties is highly depend not only on the particular device model, but even its hardware revision. E.g. many network devices having the same brand, the same model, the same casing, but JUST ONE different letter in the revision string could have been made by absolutely different real manufacturers and have absolutely different boards, CPU, hardware configuration and firmware.
It's a real fraudlent world and stupld 'money making Matrix system', we built. Forget about brands. The only countermeasure we have is our wide knowledge and accuracy.

Nov 04, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

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D Link 524 password


If you're looking for the default username and password information for your D-Link DI-524, or perhaps how to reset it incase you've forgotten it, this website below outlines the lot of it.

Keep in mind, D-Link made a lot of revisions of this router, and one set of steps might work for one revision, and not on the other. Pay close attention to your revision. The article attached will outline where to find it (it's usually on a barcoded sticker on the underbelly of the unit).

http://pcsupport.about.com/od/d-link-default-passwords/a/di-524-default-password.htm

Hope this helps!

Aug 25, 2014 | D-Link Computers & Internet

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X BOX 360 HOW CAN YOU TELL WHICH POWER BRICK TO USE


Depends a great deal on the manufacture date. Look at the Power Port, each is slightly different

Early 360s are 203w.. Zenon boards these have a small square plastic brink in the center of the two rows or prongs

late 2007, came the first revisions, the opus/Falcon boards, these are 175w, and are easily seen by the thin plastic bar the is at the top of the rows of prongs

Then came the final revision, the Jasper. It suns on 150w These have two small bars over the rows of prongs, with a small gap between the two.

Now as the boxes were revised, they all will still work with the other powers sources, meaning a 2009 system will still work with a 203, 175, or 150, but the older versions wont with the lower wattage power bricks.

For a visual look to this article about the Jasper revisions.

http://www.anandtech.com/gadgets/showdoc.aspx?i=3472&p=3

Mar 15, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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"stuck pixels" ?


this article may help http://www.pcworld.com/article/155351/how_to_fix_a_pesky_stuck_pixel.html
click the link and rate my solution as fixya if this helps or fixes your problem

Jan 19, 2009 | Samsung 943BWX Monitor

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error 158


FDirSync: Err Msg: Error [158] Requestor Not Registered View products that this article applies to. function loadTOCNode(){} Article ID : 99268 Last Review : October 30, 2006 Revision : 1.1This article was previously published under Q99268 SYMPTOMS loadTOCNode(1, 'symptoms'); When a Foreign DirSync, Directory Synchronization with Foreign Mail Systems, message comes into the DirSync directory server, these error messages may appear:

In DIRSYNC.LOG: "3/23/93 11:00:03 | Error [158] Requestor not registered :
PCM:" -or- "3/23/93 11:05:03 | Error [158] Requestor not registered : PCM:NETWORK/POSTOFFICE" In ADMIN's Mailbox: "Requestor not registered :
From: NETWORK/POSTOFFICE/USERID" CAUSE loadTOCNode(1, 'cause'); If the NETWORK/POSTOFFICE are a foreign DirSync postoffice, one of the following may cause the error: • The NETWORK/POSTOFFICE was not defined on the directory server using ADMIN:CONFIG:DIR-SYNC:SERVER:REQUESTORS:CREATE. Without this, the directory server does not accept requests from a requestor. • The REQNAME field in the DirSync message has a typo for the NETWORK/POSTOFFICE name or the directory server has a typo defined for the FFAPI gateway postoffice. • The REQNAME field does not contain a NETWORK/POSTOFFICE. For example: REQNAME=PCM: The Directory Synchronization with Foreign Mail Systems Manual does not clearly explain the need for the network and postoffice name for Microsoft Mail Software Development Kit (FFAPI)-based gateways. Other gateways require only an entry containing one of the predefined types. These types are listed in the "Foreign DirSync" manual. APPLIES TO • Microsoft Mail for PC Networks 3.0

Jun 25, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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