Blue Iris Socket Error

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  1. chumly

    chumly n3wb

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    Hi, I recently had blue iris running on a win10 machine on a hyper-v server. I decided to dedicate the server completely to BI so went for a bare-metal installation on the same server.

    I deactivated my license and exported my settings. Did a standalone installation on the server (Dell T20 with xeon e3-1225v3), installed Blue iris, while in demo I imported my reg file. At this stage I could see all my cameras. I then applied my license and all seems fine.

    I rebooted the server and now 2 of my cams are giving me the following error:

    No Signal. error 80002751 (socket error 100652) 0

    The 2 cams that are not showing video are IP cams and are hardwired, the 3 cams that are fine a wireless.

    I have gone into the settings for the cams that don't work and when I click on inspect they communicate fine, I'm a bit baffled - any one got any thoughts on what the issue could be?

    Many thanks
     
  2. twiztidicp420

    twiztidicp420 n3wb

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    Did you install the same version as you had on Hyper-V ? may need to have the same version.

    Have you tried browsing to the camera via web browser or such ?

    Have you tried just adding the same camera as another camera in BI and seeing it it has video?


    Does the camera have video on you Old VM ?


    More information on what you have tried would be helpful
     
  3. chumly

    chumly n3wb

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    Same version of BI. Yeah can connect to the camera fine through the cams web interface. I did try and add it as a new camera but get the same issue.
     
  4. looney2ns

    looney2ns Known around here

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    Try deleting the cam, and then adding again.