Would you mind giving some more detail?
1: make and model of failed drive?
2: was this the only drive in the unit, or multiples?
3: if multiples, is hard drive sleeping enabled?
I’m just curious to know
Not sure what you mean by “what I’m looking at”… it’s on the global site, says it’s .006 and after I installed it, my NVR reports it as .006 I never had .005 I’m coming from 4.50 I like the web interface changes. It looks more like the local interface.
Yes, it extends your storage capacity. Another huge benefit to using more than one drive, is the feature that lets the drives sleep! Meaning any drives that are not being written to will stop spinning. This greatly increases drive life.
Yes, you are the “original poster” OP is a common way to address you in a web forum when a thread is full of responders. That way there’s no confusion about who I’m addressing. The reason I ask about the NVR is the fact that you said your issue occurs when motion is enabled, and when motion is...
Try changing the video quality to high and see if it remains stable. That’s the setting that would bug me the most of the 3 you listed. Also, my supplier insists on always performing a factory reset after a FW upgrade. You could try that as well