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Hello. The other day I installed a Lorex QLR460 card on computer, and ran my existing cameras to it. (Toshiba CCD IK-645A. With Honeywell HLD5v50F13L auto Iris lens) The software opens fine and it sees there are cameras attached to it, but it does not give me a live feed of the cameras like it is supposed to. I know power is getting to the cameras because the camera enclosure fans turn on (and tested with multi meter) any advice on how to fix or test this setup?

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