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MyDlink Camera Won't connect

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I am in the process of setting up a MyDlink DCS-930L camera

I reach the step of selecting a wireless connection, Setup finds my WiFi Hot spot, I enter the WiFi hot spot password/number .  Setup proceeds, asks if the LED is green, it is, click yes disconnect the Ethernet cable and click ok.  It runs for a while and then a message appears that the camera is unable to connect to the internet.  It prompts to close and skip registration, OK.

A screen appears that says unable to connect and has a link to change network settings.the settings say that I have a hard wired Ethernet port, which was true for running the setup, However, when I try to change it to DHCP it won't accept the change and gives me the unable to connect the internet message again.

How do I get the setup to accept DHCP so the camera can connect to the internet?
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My name is Mud earned 500 total points
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Did reboot???
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Did the reboot and it worked.  Thanks.

Strange though looks like there are two versions of setup wizard installed on my computer?
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