(home) network ceased to work

  Barrykneeshaw 23:09 PM 15 Oct 13
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I am currently running 3 Windows 8 and 1 Windows 7 machines on a home network. Up until now I have been happily using iSpy to run webcams in various room (just the 2 cameras). I recently installed a replacement webcam and the Windows 7 machine has ceased to be accessible via iSpy and (and every time I open Skype I now get a BSoD!). Can anyone offer advice on how to cure this problem? In case it was the Homegroup I have left the Homegroup and rejoined it, that has made no difference. I have rebooted the router, no joy there either. Help!

  Barrykneeshaw 02:37 AM 17 Oct 13
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OK, I worked this out. Whilst I was playing with this I installed the full iSpy (over some time) on all 4 PCs. I should have deleted the iSpy main program (apart from iSpy server) from the 3 machines I was using as servers & only left the main program on the PC I was using to record onto and view from. I still haven't worked out why Skype caused one PC to BSoD so I just deleted Skype on the grounds that too many BSOD's ain't good... Consider this thread closed.

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