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Connect dvr to local network
boot up the dvr
connect to local network with a computer (eg Mac)
login into admin screen of your router to identify the assigned ip address of the router
start a terminal session
telnet to the ip address
default user name : root
default password : xc3511
mbaad@MBAADs-MacBook-Air:~$ telnet 192.168.0.3
Connected to 192.168.0.3.
Escape character is '^]'.
YourCCTVDVR login: root
BusyBox v1.16.1 (2014-12-24 15:47:14 CST) built-in shell (ash)
Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.
Welcome to Monitor Tech.
[root@YourCCTVDVR /]$ cd /
[root@YourCCTVDVR /]$ ls
bin etc linuxrc proc share usr
boot home mnt root slv var
dev lib opt sbin sys
[root@YourCCTVDVR /]$ cd mnt
[root@YourCCTVDVR /mnt]$ ls
custom dvs logo mtd usb web
[root@YourCCTVDVR /mnt]$ cd mtd
[root@YourCCTVDVR mtd]$ ls
[root@YourCCTVDVR mtd]$ cd Config
[root@YourCCTVDVR Config]$ ls
Account1 StorageCfg network
HvrMode SysComs ppp
Json SysTime resolv.conf
RT2870STA.dat dhcp.cfg uboot_env_lang_video
There will be an Account## file for each account you have set up
Remove all of these files
[root@YourCCTVDVR Config]$ rm Account1
Reboot your dvr box and it is at the first setup screen
Here are the commands - note you can't send password as part of the telnet command
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Unfortunately, you probably did. However, you do have a few options to fix it.
Option 1: Recover deleted files/partitions
Download the active@ partition recovery utility and try running that. I'm not 100% sure how this program works, so you might need to look around the site for some tutorials or something to get it working, but it seems like a pretty good solution.
Option 2: Rebuild the partition.
In order to do this you need to know what file system was originally on
the drive. It will most likely be NTFS or FAT32. The best way to do it
is to get a linux live cd like the System Rescue CD.
Download the .iso file and burn it to a disk, then boot your computer
from the disk. Keep hitting enter until you get a command prompt (should
say root@sysresccd$). At that point plug in your external drive and
wait a minute or two, then type "fdisk -l" (NOTE: That's an "ell", not
an "eye". Also, don't type the quotes). You should see some entry on
there for /dev/sdb, but it probably won't have any partitions at the
moment, which is fine. However, write down the size of your Type "fdisk
/dev/sdb" to enter the disk formatting screen. Now type the following:
n (to create new partition)
p (for primary partition)
1 (for partition number)
default for First cylinder
1 (for partition number)
7 (for NTFS partition)
w (to write changes)
Next, type "ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /mnt/backup" and "ntfs-3g /dev/sda1
/mnt/windows". This will mount your external drive and internal drive to
/mnt/backup and /mnt/windows respectively. Type "cd /mnt/windows" then
"mkdir backup" to create another folder. Now type "rsync -av --progress
/mnt/backup backup/" to copy everything available in your external drive
to your internal drive. Hopefully you can get your stuff back, best of luck!
Try getting a live cd (such as the system rescue cd). Burn the .iso file to a disk, then boot from the CD by hitting a key at your BIOS menu (usually F1 or F9) to bring up the boot menu, and select CD. Once you've booted and you have your prompt, plug in your external drive and try the following commands:
fdisk -l (that will show you all the disks attached to your computer. Typically the first disk [internal] is sda, and the USB disk is sdb.) The thing to take note of here is the last column on the list that contains /dev/sdb#, it should say NTFS, or FAT32, or something like that.
fsck /dev/sdb1 (that will check the file system on the first partition on your external drive. If it comes back with an errory, try fsck.NTFS or fsck.FAT32, whatever the file system was in the first part.)
testdsk /dev/sdb (That will initiate a harddrive test that could find/fix errors with your drive).
If none of that works, plug in another drive to make a backup of your external. Take note that it's important to have free space on the SECOND (not broken) external that is EQUAL TO or GREATER than the amount of USED space on the broken drive.
Once the backup drive is plugged in, type mount /dev/sdc1 /mnt/backup (if that doesn't work or it says something about NTFS and read only, type umount /mnt/backup; ntfs-3g /dev/sdc1 /mnt/backup).
Finally, type mkdir /mnt/backup/SDB to make a directory to store the files.
Now with the second drive, try to mount it using the advice for sdc (although change /mnt/backup to /mnt/windows)
If it mounts, then type rsync -av --progress /mnt/windows /mnt/backup/SDB/ which will start copying all the files onto the backup drive. NOTE: This will cause a lot of text to scroll, and will take a long time!
Once that's finished, you can restart into windows and format your drive, then plug in the extra drive and copy everything back over.
The reason why the cursor is moving from one corner to another is the Mouse touch pad in satellite is very Sencitive press the button on top of the mouse pad to disable the mouse and then start typing you will see that the cursur is not moving again while you are typing.
This is by design. When you have new pads on the bike and a rotor within limits the lever has very limited travel before engaging.
As these parts wear the position of which the lever engages changes. Unless you know that at the last brake pad change the caliper was "centered" this could account for the travel and will result in premature wear on the components.
There is an adapter available if you look on computer sites for product purchases, try to google it as there or companies than make such items, might be harder to find as PCI and ISA are older connectors and even AGP is begin phased out an PCI express is the lading connector. Google ISA to PCI adapter and see what you can get your compangies to pruchases from. Your local computer hardware shop might have it call first and ask before driving out there, If you find nothing try calling Tigerdirect as they might have older stock, you never know, If to no avail you will have to try and locate an older Motherboard with the two conncectors on it and run that if possible, or find this certain ISA card you're talking about in PCI. Good luck! :)