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Re: Moultrie DGS-I40 no Display
Does the aim work? LCD menu display mak be bad...turn cam to aim, red laser should come on, move switch all the way to left and watch for any flash of black dots/lines...try replacing display, available by emailing (don't call) www.moultriefeeders.com. They have been replacing these displays free of charge, free shipping with instructions...not hard to replace.
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I need you to plug it back in using the Ethernet connection.
You will need to change the ip address on your lan adapter.
When you plug the Ethernet cable into your computer there should be two little computers that popup on the lower right hand corner of your screen. You need to right click the computers then select (STATUS), (PROPERTIES), (INTERNET PROTOCOL TCP/IP), (SELECT THE BUBBLE THAT SAYS (USE THE FOLLOWING IP ADDRESS). THEN TYPE THE FOLLOWING:
IP ADDRESS= 192.168.10.31 THEN HIT THE TAB KEY
THE SUBNET MASK SHOULD AUTO FILL.
THEN CLICK (OK) AND (OK AGAIN).
OPEN AN INTERNET EXPLORER BROWSER
TYPE 192.168.1.30 IN THE ADDRESS BAR AT THE TOP.
That's it your in if you need help with the setup let me know.
When you have completed the setup of the camera you will need to go back into the network adapter setting and select the (OBTAIN ADDRESS AUTOMATICALLY BUBBLE) in order to get back on your local network.
Check whether there is anything obstructing the range sensor just above the rear LCD. The sensor could be thinking that your face is near, thus turning off the display. Also, you should be able to use the Disp button even in auto display mode, which might make the display not show anything by default.
Turn off your LCD display screen. I know this is hard—who likes shoving their face against the camera to compose a shot through the little viewfinder? But the LCD screen single-handed-ly drains a lot of power.
Minimize the picture preview to the least amount of time possible—usually one second. This uses less LCD screen time, thus less power.
Dim the brightness on your LCD screen. A dimmer display extends battery life by consuming less power to light the screen. This might make the display harder to see, but usually only in direct sunlight.
Set the power saver to the least amount of time. Power saver lets your digital camera “sleep” when not in use, but doesn’t shut it down entirely. To “wake up” your digital camera, simply click the shutter button.
Use your zoom as little as possible. The motor that moves the lens uses power. This also goes for repeatedly turning your digital camera on and off if it has an extend able lens.
Turn off the continuous focus. Again, constantly using motors and electronics to ready your shot drastically minimizes battery life.
Don’t push the shutter button half-way down until you’re ready to shoot. Pushing the shutter button (constantly resetting and refocusing) will drain battery life.
Use the flash only when necessary. Your digital camera’s “auto flash” option should take care of this, but make sure your flash isn’t going off in broad daylight.
Don’t delete pictures from your digital camera unless necessary. This consumes power. Wait until you download the pictures to your computer before deleting.
This one’s basic, but charge your battery often. Lithium ion batteries, which most digital cameras use, don’t have “battery memory” like older alkaline. In fact, lithium ions work better and last longer if charged completely and regularly.
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That is not coming from the camera...They don't put anything
like that out. Check the OSD settings of the device the video is going into. If
there is On Screen Display setting with in the device (DVR, MUX, Matrix Switch,
ECT)....if that doesn’t work then check the monitor menu to see if its a
display feature you can turn off...good luck and let me know if this helps just
remember the pelco camera will not push any graphic out except in the case of a
PTZ where you will see the Protocol information text...
Go ahead and try anyway. A ruined film is far cheaper than a useless camera or a professional repair. In any case, if the film hasn't loaded properly it will only be the first short length of film which is ruined. As this is a newly loaded film you haven't any risk of losing any undeveloped photos.
Auto spooling film systems are great when they work, but sometimes are a real pain and some cameras seem really picky about having a film leader of precisely the right length. See if you can engage the the film onto the spool manually.
step by step
- pull out the AC plug - put back the AC plug while holding down the “menu” button and keep holding it (15 sec) - now you are entering the MAINTENANCE mode and “error 46” pops up in the display - select 8 by using the arrow buttons ,push OK and select 0 and push OK - 00:00 00:01 OK (the display is showing this message) - now push the MONO button 25 times until you see PURGE: xxxxx - Select 2, push ok, select 7,push ok,select 8,push ok, select 3,push ok - the purge counter indicates now: purge: 00000 - switch off the printer ,switch it on - ready to print - CHEERS!
Once you installed the drivers and software from CD, once you connect the camera to USB port, it should automatically detect tyhe new device and configure the drivers and then say ready to use new device. Or at most say ready to use new device after reboot. You don't normally have to manually do anything. After this your My Computer should show an additional Disk Drive that represents your camera.