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Author Topic: 202l Possible to plug in a USB flash drive or an SD card hooked up to a reader  (Read 1586 times)

BAMoh

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Is it possible? Will kill the flash or SD card???
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May wipe the data...
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BAMoh

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What do you mean? Overwrite it due to small size?
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I think I mis understood ya, my bad. You can hook up a any drive that was connected to the DNR to a reader. The data should remain, however may not be readable. I've never attempted to read data from the DNR drive on a PC. Let us know if want you find out.
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BAMoh

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OK lets forget flash drives and SD cards.

On a portable HDD, say the capacity is 1GB. If I run 4 cams 24x7 on continuous record, how many days of surveillance will I have before the drive begins to overwite?
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I think I mis understood ya, my bad. You can hook up a any drive that was connected to the DNR to a reader. The data should remain, however may not be readable. I've never attempted to read data from the DNR drive on a PC. Let us know if want you find out.

I did 2 days ago.

The post is here:

http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=65411.msg272499#msg272499
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