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Topic # 9109 20-Aug-2006 16:01
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Hi.

I've recently purchased a Genius Videocam Eye camera.  I am using it primarily for survelience, as it has a motion detector and monitoring feature.
Works great.

But, when installing it and the driver, I had no option of where it would install.  So it has installed itself on my PC's C drive.  Problem is that all video is recorded also to C drive, and my C drive it at capacity, so I cant really use the surveillence feature. 
I have another hard drive which has lots of free space where I would like the camera to record to.  I cant find any options in the camera settings about where to save recorded data, it just takes it to the default folder: C:/Window/Album.

Has anyone had the same problems?

Can anyone tell me how ot change the settings and tell it to record to my other hard drive?

Or is there a way to automatically move the data from the default folder to the other hard drive (like a Macro or something).

I'd appreciate any feedback and ideas.

thanks.

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Reply # 44380 20-Aug-2006 17:13
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Have you searched through the registry to see if this is some parameter you could change there? When changing parameters in the registry make sure the program is not running - and always have a copy in case something goes wrong.








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  Reply # 44587 23-Aug-2006 21:08
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Hi. SOrry Im quite new to all this...where can I find the registry?  Is it in the installed folder under program files? Or is it hidden in a windows option somewhere.

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Reply # 44590 23-Aug-2006 21:20
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The registry is edited through a program called regedit. But if you don't know what to do you may change it in a way that could make your Windows machine not bootable and disable access to Windows. So if you are in doubt, don't try it.








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  Reply # 44593 23-Aug-2006 21:30
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ok thanks for the info. I'll investigate furhter.

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