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 on: July 18, 2017, 02:15:47 pm 
Started by ruukdavids - Last post by heyrick
Hi - I've left this post just to point out that a "raandom question" followed by a short link is actually a spam written in a way that is supposed to look like a legit. question. This user has posted over 250 of them, such as "Near about 8 years ago an unknown insect bited on my wife’s right hand ..." followed by a link to a doctor, or "Im interested in being a chiropractor and i am currently majoring in biology ..." followed by a link to a chiropractor.

And so on, seemingly endlessly. Sad

My advice? Don't feed the trolls. Smiley

 on: July 18, 2017, 01:35:23 pm 
Started by majer1898 - Last post by heyrick
Sorry for the delay, I don't visit here often these days...

I am having problems where the neuros fails to recognize USB flashdrives (every brand I try) unless I reboot the machine with the flash drive already in the machine.  Is there a fix for this?

I think some of the larger modern Flash drives use a sector size that the OSD doesn't like. I have a few USB sticks around here that the OSD won't touch.

That said - I believe the DM320 (the chip inside) only supports USB 1.1. As such, I almost exclusively use SD cards. The recordings, for me, have proven to be much more reliable.

some of the MP4 do not open under any circumstances while others play normally.

Are you using higher bitrates? Is your USB drive capable of sustained writing at speed (you might be surprised to find USB sticks are good at bursts of data, but many suck at doing it non-stop over a long period of time).

Try a decent SD card. I use Emtec 16GB, SanDisk 16GB and Samsung 32GB and they work well for me.

I assume since the website no longer has firmware upgrades and I cant find any neuors osd for sale that the company has gone out of business- is this true?

I don't know if the business has ceased - I doubt it as somebody needs to pay to host this forum! However, SD quality analogue video is, these days, something of a relic. It's a shame, I'm very fond of my OSD, but that's how it goes.
Look on the bright side, everybody is falling in love with vinyl again, so maybe in thirty years we'll think analogue video is cool. ;-)

If you should need firmware for emergency purposes, I have copies at but you're on your own with them (no support). Use them only if something is broken.
Be careful of OSDng too. It's better, but I don't know if it can be installed stand-alone or if it requires additional resources on a server long gone...
Best wishes,


 on: May 12, 2017, 03:20:17 pm 
Started by greyback - Last post by obsolete
Is the Neuros OSD even available?  I've been searching for it for the longest.

 on: December 16, 2016, 05:16:02 pm 
Started by dfripp - Last post by thejeckle
I just stumbled across this post and thought I would throw some light on this subject in case someone else is looking for a similar solution. If you have a several cameras that you need to capture and record images from at only certain times your best bet is to go for a CCTV Recorder which supports recording schedules like those supplied by DTS Digital. Setting a recording schedule ensures that the unit only records the cameras you want when you want. A typical recording schedule will be set out like the one below;

This is the firmware for a Hikvision unit and they manufacturer many of the DVRs distributed by companies all over Europe and the US. This is for a standard resolution recorder but you can set a schedule on most recorders in the market such as NVR or HD coax units. The image shows the days and the times and each blue square donates an hour of time so from this you can probably see how you would go about setting up a recording schedule for your system. You could possibly do it with the Neuros OSD but with security based recorders you can introduce up to 128 cameras and providing your hard drive has sufficient storage you can record all of them based on your schedule settings.

 on: December 10, 2016, 04:10:41 pm 
Started by fpe - Last post by thejeckle
I find a ten hour charge works best for my device and yes it deffinatley charges faster when it is off.

 on: December 10, 2016, 04:07:40 pm 
Started by fpe - Last post by thejeckle
I think IDE was pretty much obselete when SSD camer about.

 on: December 09, 2016, 05:55:40 pm 
Started by ruukdavids - Last post by thejeckle
Have you thought about doing care work whilst training to be a nurse just to build up your experience.

 on: December 05, 2016, 07:16:35 am 
Started by ruukdavids - Last post by ruukdavids

I'm a junior in high school and I've started to think about possible careers. I really don't want to go to college. I'd rather go to technical school. How long does it take to become a nurse or massage therapist? What are the hours like? Salary? Benefits? Experiences anyone?


Massage therapy Charlotte

 on: December 01, 2016, 02:26:17 pm 
Started by MaxPrdctns - Last post by MaxPrdctns
Hey, anybody have a car charger for the DAC that they don't need anymore?

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