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Cannot log in to web interface for DVR30 with IE 9

I have gotten this to work up to a point, it downloads all the activeX controls and gives me the login prompt; it even recognizes when I enter the right password. If I put the right password in, I get an error that says "Fail to login!". I have used both 64-but and 32-bit IE, put the site in my trusted sites and enabled all the ActiveX controls, and still nothing. Any ideas?

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Try updating IE to the latest version if not you can try firefox or google chrome check the manufacturers docs to see if they require a certain web browser.

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Also send this to your family and friends so they have their computer setup properly.
Web Camera’s have to be setup on the program they are to be used with. Just installing the camera on your computer does not set it up to broadcast on messengers or Skype.
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