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2.4 GHz Wireless Color weather-proof Camera System by Nexxtech. How do I hook it up to my computer?

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Well I googled more and connected with a guy in Nova Scotia who is a wealth of info. Turns out the camera I bought won't do what I want so back it goes and problem solved. Now on to finding the camera that will.....cheers Jan

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