Installing a DVR board in your computer is simple. They install in a PCI slot just like a modem or video card. Insert the software installation disc and follow the prompts. That's it! Just connect the cameras to the board and set up the cameras how you want them to record (motion detection, scheduled, or continuous).
Most DVR boards require a Pentium 4 processor with at least 500 MB RAM, 250 GB HDD, ATI 1050 video card. The hard drive should be partitioned or separate from the C drive. Most can run on Windows XP SP2 or Higher, Windows 2000, and Vista
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