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Video lost gv-800

I have 2 camera's that have recently displayed the "Video Lost" image. What steps do I need to take to recover the cameras?

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Why do you say it lost the image. is the software corrupted. please email me at tejadafrankie@yahoo.com for any questions..

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I have gv 800 card using V8.5 software, i have five cameras connected but it only displays 4


This is not a big issue u ant watch 5th camera coz u had stopped other 122 cameras from working in GV eries you are allowed to stop remaining cameras from working to avoid video lost beep and video lost screen you can again start remaining cameras from here:in main menu (configure) 2nd option from top CAMERA/AUDIO INTALL ===> click on activate ===> activate the cameras as muich you want hope my post helped u

Dec 28, 2011 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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"Lost Video" error


Which version of the card are you using, BNC or D type?

Remember: GV-800 is currently not compatible with VIA series and ATI series chipset motherboards.

I know Dell uses mostly Intel chipset, but just in case, check with your motherboard to see if you don't have either ATI or VIA; specially since you already have the nVidia.

Try going to the BIOS on your PC and set the 'Primary Display' to PCI instead of the built-in chip.

If you have more information, please let us know. We can help you better!

Feb 01, 2008 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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Reinstating a 7 camera system on a house. known to have been based on GV 800. hardware and software all installed with no error messages. only one camera actually displays a picture - the rest just say...


The geovison cards have quite a few issues with winXP and up because of the way they switch inputs. Windows don't seam to know how to handle it, i would try installing the drivers for the device again. You should see 4 video capture cards as well as a pci-bridge installed.
I also highly recommend Zoneminder for cctv. http://www.zoneminder.com/

Jul 04, 2011 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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On all cameras it says lost video


I assume you have multiple camera's and have checked that at lest one has power :-)
If so, most likely the PC has lost the cards License Key .. try uninstalling the camera drivers & re-installing.

Aug 22, 2010 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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Gv800 16 camera keeps rebooting


It reboots because you probably have cameras that have a lost video. Disable these cameras and it will not reboot

Sep 17, 2009 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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GV800 software keep rebooting, anyone has any idea what's the problem is?


sounds like one of your cameras lost connection and the system is rebooting because of that. check the general configuration screen and make sure the reboot on exit is not checked, also check all of your camera connections to make sure they are all ok and receiving video on all channels.

Jun 24, 2009 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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Gv-800


This problem could be because of the GV card version not compitable with GV main systems software you install please check the hardware version of the GV card and compare for compatibility. East way out downgrade to lower version of software. for example if you have version 8.1 install then install version 7.0 or something like that.

Aug 27, 2008 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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Geovision GV 800 video lost


Uninstall and re-install the drivers first. Let me know what that does.
Thanks,
Lee

Jun 20, 2008 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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Error message saying video lost and not recording


There are several possible issues at play whenever the lost video message appears.

First, have cameras lost power? If you powered cameras through a central power source, inspect it and verify it is working

If you powered cameras through a plug in transformer, touch it, if warm it is working

Next touch the cameras, are they warm? If so, they have power.

Once you have determined cameras have power, disconnect power for several minutes. Turn power back on, if cameras respond and send video, your cameras have likely suffered damage from a power surge and are near failure.

If you have access to a small tv with an RCA video in jack, you
can test this by leaving the camera powered, run a short length of cable from the tv to the camera. We use hand held mini monitors to test this, but they are pricey,

It is most likely that have power surge damage and the cameras need to be replaced

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