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please help cctv problem?

by DJRemix666 / November 20, 2012 8:16 AM PST

hi everyone, i have a cctv 4 wireless cameras system and i had a software with it and the driver but now i changed my computer and i have windows 7 in it and the software dont work with windows 7 the driver do work but not the software i found a little free software called veecool video capture that work with my wireless cameras and windows 7 but i cant view all the 4 camera at the same time and i cant select one of them to see a specific one and im wondering if someone know a program that i can register video or take picture and see all the 4 cameras at the same time and select one to see a specific one when i need to. my receiver is plugged via USB port on my computer so if you guys can help me with that it would be very appreciatted thanks.

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Clarification Request
Without make and models, pretty much a stumper.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 20, 2012 8:39 AM PST

As to veecool, since it almost worked, ask the author if they have another better version.

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hi again
by DJRemix666 / November 20, 2012 9:22 PM PST

well thanks for your reply and theres no make for the cameras its chineese i think i bought them on ebay and on the box of them its say IR Digital CCD Camera CCVE System NTSC and the software i was using is InterVideo WinDVR Version 2.0 and i tryed the new version 3.0 and its working but i cant see the 4 cameras at the same time and i cant see just one camera if i need to like in the version 2.0 and all the system is wireless 2.4GHz and the receiver is connected on PC via USB 2.0

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Re: program
by Kees_B Forum moderator / November 20, 2012 9:31 PM PST
In reply to: hi again

The best solution might be to upgrade to Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate and install Virtual PC so you can install and run XP in it. http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/ tells more.

If that doesn't work the cheaper solution is to buy a second-hand PC with Windows XP. Or use your old PC if "changed my computer" means "bought a new one" instead of "installed Windows 7 on it".

Kees

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thank you
by DJRemix666 / November 21, 2012 10:37 AM PST
In reply to: Re: program

i was unable to install Windows XP Mode for Virtual PC because i dont have Windows 7 Pro or Ultimate but i installed VMware Player and installed Windows XP on it and now i can run the software i had with the 4 cameras "InterVideo WinDVR 2.0". thanks alot for this idea its very appreciated Happy

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