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Feed from security camera is solid green after motherboard replacement.

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I had the motherboard is a Netrome Security Blackbox Model- NS840 with a SBB7416 card.  I didn't have the same exact motherboard so I installed a Intel DB43LD board, did a fresh install of Vista Home Basic and install the SecuityBlackBox software.  When I go to view the cameras, you can tell the cameras are working but you can't see the picture, all you get is solid green.  I've already tried installing another video card and playing with all the video setting I know to play with, any sugestions?
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Hi,

Looks like some sort of video codec or overlay issue?

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Hi,

Do you need directx media time libraries installed as this might be a directdraw issue?

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