Mobile Surveillance with EagleEyes Remote Surveillance with Browsers and CMS Composite and VGA output simultaneously. Here are the download links to some of the AVTECH Discontinued DVR/NVR CPD/ AVC// KPD// MDR/ I’ve bought an Avtech AVC DVR and it works quite well. The problem is that every time I reboot the device, a message box with the text.
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By ytsejamMay 29, in Digital Video Recorders.
The problem is that every time I reboot the device, a message box with the text “Cleaning HDD” appears and all the videos are deleted. I would take the hard drive out. I would take another hard drive that is brand new and never installed in to a computer.
Take it straight out of the package, and install it in the DVR. I am only guessing. There may be some bad sectors on the hard drive or this may have been a hard drive that had been connected to a PC. Check to see if the time is correct.
When it reboots does the time go to a factory default time? This may be the kind of DVR that formats the hard drive when the time is changed. It does this because if you change the time on the DVR it can no longer find the video footage that you are looking for. avtexh
Check the time issue first then change the hard drive. The hard drive may have a power problem causing the DVR to format.
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This is a second reason to pull the hard drive. The DVR had overwritten one of the existing partition with its own data and the other partitions were left untouched. You need to be wvtech member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community.
Already have an account? Posted May 29, Is this the normal behaviour? Can I disable this feature? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I do not know if you are a “end user”, or if you are a dealer.
The difference is having some experience, tools, and hard drives on hand.
This is only a guess. I would find the behaviour odd.
I am only stabbing at the dark! What do you think?
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The time remains correct after every reboot, so the problem must be in the hard-disk. Tomorrow I’ll try to erase the avtechh disk filling every sector with zeros. Thank you for your quick answer! Posted May 30, Glad to hear the “mystery” is solved! Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Register a new account.
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