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This is about as bad as it gets. First of all I am very tech savy and have been working with computers, computer cameras and other peripherals for 20 years. Instructions from manufacturer are to install a setup file from the included disk. Guess what...the files doesn't exist on the disk. I went to their site and the manufacturer answered a FAQ with there are no programs to install on the included disk. This sure made me wonder what was going on. So I searched the pyle audio webpage for a very long time and it doesn't appear that they have any files on their webpage to install the device. I then installed the windows camera helper from their disk. It then told me the ip address of the camera. I went to that address and was able to connect to the camera for a few moments. It gave me a way to install the ACTIVE or similar named program for the Windows explorer. I installed and then it told me it was an old file and I needed the new file (I just downloaded it???). I then looked for the reset button on the camera and to my surprise there was no actual button in the hole. Now I'm really laughing. OK so I did it. I held the imaginary reset button for 2 minutes just in case they has something on the circuit board I didn't know about. Nope...no reset. At this point I decided the device is going back to it's maker. Guess what there is NO way to talk to tech support. You must sign up and review the device before you can write tech support. Of course I gave them the review they deserve. Good luck everyone.
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