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Usually go to website of card. They offer drivers for download. Go to "device manager"- find your card. Click on REMOVE THIS DEVICE. Reboot. When rebooting- OS SHOULD recognize NEW HARDWARE WIZARD appears. Found new hardware, if it wants- let go online to update drivers. GOOD LUCK!!
Connect the cables from the router or switch to the network card. I suggest giving the DVR a static ip address. Once you have that done you should be able to log into that machine from any other comuter on your network by opening internet explorer and typing the IP address of the DVR
Update your drivers to run on the new OS if the drivers are unavailable try running the program in Compatibility Mode Right click on the icon on your desktop or from 'All Programs' - select 'Properties' Select the Compatibility tab Select Compatibility Mode Use the dropbox to show the OS Click OK Restart your computer
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