February 21, 2015
Hello, I trying to set up recording to USB on my new IPOB-TP2MP250L660-W but I can only get a 2 GB flash drive to work. For the 16 GB drive it keeps telling me Disk Repair…… but doesn’t seem to be doing anything. Same issue with my 32 GB flash drive. Also, with the 2 GB drive I noticed I can only remove it from the camera by going to Advanced Set, System Maintenance, Reboot and then remove it when the light turns off during the reboot process. Otherwise, when I connect the USB drive to my laptop it will say it needs to be formatted. This is all being done via IE since the Net Video System Client tells me Admin/Admin is not the correct user name and password when trying to log in. Thanks for any assistance you can provide.
February 21, 2015
I spent over 2 hours formatting and reformatting the three USB drives to NTFS and FAT32 trying to get them to work. Only the 2 GB would work. Also, my workaround of rebooting the camera to disconnect the 2GB drive so that I can view the video on my laptop stopped working. Now my laptop tells me I have to reformat the drive whenever I connect it to my laptop. I’ve decided to use an old DVR to capture the video since I don’t have much confidence in the save to USB feature on the camera.
Also, I checked the manual for the software username and password and it says to use Admin/Admin. However, still no luck logging into the software. Lastly, their seems to be an issue with the IR sensor. In the dark it continually turns on and off every 10 seconds. I set the IR to a fixed schedule to get it to work property but I’m wondering if the IR will go bad at one some point since the auto on/off isn’t working properly.
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