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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: formatting disks for EDSR1600
The EverFocus EDSR Security DVRs use standard PC Parallel (PATA) hard drives. I have used ATA100 and ATA133 speeds with no problems. There are no PC-type settings required except as below. The DVR has it's own internal firmware and will format the drive to its requirements.
If you are using a SINGLE drive tray, the largest hard drive I know will work is 500 GB. Set the drive to Master and you are done with the hardware setup. (CS Select would also probably work.)
If you are using BOTH drive trays, the largest hard drive EverFocus says will work on the EDSR100 or EDSR110 is 320 GB. Set both drives to Master and you are done with the hardware setup. (CS-Select on both would also probably work.)
Do NOT set any drive to Slave!
Lock the drive trays; if you don't the DVR will not go into record.
Press the STOP key and then press the MENU button. Go into the SYSTEM menu and do a DISK RENEW. This will erase the hard drive and also prepare it for DVR recording.
Do this by using ► or ◄ to select DISK RENEW. Change NO to YES (by using ▼ or ▲) and press the ENTER button. Highlight YES again by using ► or ◄ and again press the ENTER button.
Press the MENU button to exit and reboot the DVR. Then press RECord and you should be recording.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
What spyware software did you run? Do you have the name of the software?
many spyware software available on the internet are actually viruses and malware.
Download the file combofix from the link below and run it on your system. This should remove all viruses and errors on your machine
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
You will need the router login info, then using a browser go to:
That will bring you into the settings area of the router. Then do one of two things, find Port Forwarding, and forward the public 9201 & 9202 to the DVR at 192.168.1.88 port 9201 and 9202. Make sure to do this for both UDP and TCP.
Another and easier option, is to go to your DMZ setting. Just turn DMZ on and set it to 192.168.1.88.
Doing it with the DMZ will take care of any ports that need forwarding, they will point to the 88 machine (your DVR).
From the management computer browse to https://192.168.1.99. The FortiGate web-based manager appears.
From the management computer browse to https://192.168.1.99. The FortiGate web-based manager appears. From the management computer browse to https://192.168.1.99. The FortiGate web-based manager appears.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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