Windows 10 and BlueIris

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  1. bpratt

    bpratt n3wb

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    Recently updated the PC I'm running BlueIris on from an old AMD based processor and Win7 to a Intel i-7 system running windows 10.

    And have added an additional camera, so now a total of 6 cameras.

    What I am now experiencing is a lot of loss of cameras or No Signal errors, but mostly on 3 of the cameras, although BI is indicating over 1,000 No Signal errors on one camera, 500 on another, 130 on one other, and only 3 or 4 on the other cameras.


    Another thing I'm am experiencing since the upgrade is a massive amount of disk fragmentation on my 'NEW' drive, that I can't remember having on the older PC.

    Also copying from 'New' to 'Stored' which is on a network drive is rather slow.

    Anyone got some tips there on how to improve my situation here ? :)

    I'm guessing it's something to do with Win 10.
     
  2. Whoaru99

    Whoaru99 Pulling my weight

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    Was your W10 install a fully clean install?

    Not that it helps you, but for me BI / W10 seems fine.

    Are these hardwired cams, WiFi cams?
     
  3. bp2008

    bp2008 Staff Member

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    It does sound like a network problem. Anything operating over WiFi is likely to be a problem. Also if you have a lot of traffic passing through a consumer-grade router (even wired gigabit ports) it can be a cause of slowdown. Other possibilities are bad cables, interference on a wired network connection from nearby AC power wiring, or bad network interfaces.

    I suggest grabbing a tool such as MultiPing - Network Monitoring and Alerting or bp2008/pingtracer to monitor latency and packet loss between your BI pc and your router, NAS, and cameras. If you see steady low pings (0-2 ms is typical of most LANs) and no packet loss then this would strongly suggest the problem is not the network.
     
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  4. DognamedTank

    DognamedTank Getting the hang of it

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    Also, be sure to exempt the Blueiris.exe and folders from any antivirus software. Antivirus programs (including Windows Defender/Firewall) can really slow it down and/or disrupt the traffic as it scans the streams.