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Trouble installing and running Video recording system


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#1 trouble at mill

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 12:20 PM

I friend of mine bought himself a digital video recording system (second hand, but previous owner swears it worked on his system) to use with 3 security cameras that are known to work, the system is a ROHS H264 system which he wants to run from his PC, now this system requires an ATI Radeon7000 or above and Nvidia Gforce serials, the graphics card that is in his system is an S3 Graphics Inc Trio 3D, which I have never heard of and sounds ancient. The software appears to install with the graphical control panel but the cameras won't work, it throws up a message saying: IDS_ display_not_supported, and another message saying: (no supported overlay), In device manager there is a yellow question mark next to multimedia controller, do you think I would be right in blaming the ancient graphics card, I'm a little out of my depth with video security systems. Any help would be much appreciated!
Thanks in advance.

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