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No Wireless Camera Not Found

I have purchased VEO Wireless Observer (network camera). Installed the Observer setup utility and Observer Studio, when i click on the wireless setup it give me the camera not found. i have connected the camer to Serial Port, and How to configure it.

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  • nagendra Aug 09, 2007

    After installing the Observer software, when i open the observer setup utility in that their is a option called wireless setup when i click on it it gives me no wireless camera found please check the camera is powered on and connected to your serial port.

  • Anonymous May 01, 2008

    no wireless camera found. comm port is working in device manager



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While you had it plugged in the serial port you should have set the SSID name for the camera? You may have to enter this manually to find the camera. If it is not set to broadcast this SSID, it will work but you must put it in the wireless connection settings.

Posted on Aug 08, 2007

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    Gecko Smooth Aug 09, 2007

    Have a look in Device Manager for problems with your serial ports first.

  • Gecko Smooth
    Gecko Smooth Aug 13, 2007

    So you can't connect to the camera at all?
    Is the serial port enabled in the BIOS?
    Check in Device Manager for problems with the ports and post back what you find.



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