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16ch Qvis Quattro V2 restarting

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Hi All,

 

I was wondering if anyone had any ideas on an issue ive had today.

 

I have upgraded an existing CCTV System from an old PC based system to a DVR but the DVR is restarting around every 10 mins.

 

I have disconnected all monitors bar my test monitor and it still did it

changed the HD

removed the HD

changed the power supply

changed the password

 

Camera wiring remains original and I'm thinking I could maybe have some power coming up one of the existing cables which over loads the dvr in some way and restarts it.

 

Any ideas before I give in and call support

 

Thanks

 

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psu probably, are you sure that you have used the one that came with the recorder? 

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12 minutes ago, PeterJames said:

psu probably, are you sure that you have used the one that came with the recorder? 

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did you fit the HDD sometimes they pull the power down as do fans ect 

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yes I always buy barebones kit and install my own drives. It has had three different HD installed

 

It is going back to supplier today for a replacement.

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I would have said exactly the same but I tried a new one out of a spare I had and it still restarted. Returned it to the supplier and replaced it with a Viper which has been faultless since :)

 

Thank you for your ideas and help guys

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Sorry i have only just seen this.

 

It depends which DVR you are using, i have systems on the Explorer App and Super Live Plus, i find both reliable.

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