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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to hard drive setup
you will need to overwrite over it.
go to overwrite on your set up and select yesto enable to overwrite harddrive when capacity is full
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
Just reduce the frame rate slightly on each camera or the record quality and it will increase the data retention period.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
SOURCE: just installed a sentient 250gb
By default it goes to VGA port out of the DVR.
So you could hook up a pc monitor to it and use that. Once logged in you can change to tv out via the desktop menus.
It is also possible to hold down a button on the DVR (cannot remember which one sorry) at DVR power up to switch it to use tv out instead of vga.
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
Yes, and yes.
The HDD light shows when there is disk activity.
Posted on Jan 31, 2015
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After system boot-up, hold a right mouse click
button and there will be login window. Hold a left
mouse button to click the order of "Account", and
input correct account. Then left click the order of
"Password" and input correct password. At last
left click "Login" to enter system. There is one
factory-preset login "account/password"
"admin/111111" at admin level. The user can
use it to login the system for the first time
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