It's now listed as a 'phased out' model so this v3.0.21 firmware will likely be the most recent and last firmware update for this NVR model.Hi Dan
Bit of a favour Trying to find firmware for my NVR which is about 2 years old - ds-7108ni-sn/p
I'm guessing its super old
Keeping track of the firmware can be confusing, the update button in the Hikvision software has not worked correctly for a long time and we have asked Hikvision to fix it or remove it multiple times. The firmware version you are on is a couple of versions old, the current version v3.4.103Hi Dan,
Can you help me? I find it a daunting task trying to keep my system safe. I have an NVR DS-7604NI-K1/4P. It was originally Version V3.4.82 but I notice from my iVMS-4200 Device Information that the Firmware version no. is now V3.4.96 build 170921, so it looks like I must have successfully updated it but I can't remember how. If I press the "Update button on the Device Information page it tells me that there is no update available. Can I believe this. My system is only turned on when I go on holiday. I've just turned it on to test for updates but I keep getting an annoying brief pop-up with a complex error code with wording something like " Connection to device failed. The device is offline or the network is timed out" However, Main View shows the view from both my cameras and they are detecting motion. I realise I've strayed into another question. My prime concern is "Is my NVR recorder up to date?"
Hi Dan,Keeping track of the firmware can be confusing, the update button in the Hikvision software has not worked correctly for a long time and we have asked Hikvision to fix it or remove it multiple times. The firmware version you are on is a couple of versions old, the current version v3.4.103
Please update to this version and if you are still having problems with the error messages let us know.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction Dan. I have now managed to upgrade my NVR to the current version 3.4.103.Build 181226. I managed this through the iVMS-4200 Application. The pathway was Device Management: (Select NVR); Remote Configuration: Upgrade. The weird thing is that I'm pretty sure the file I chose from the desktop of my iMac had the ending ...STD_V3.4.82_160810.zip which looks like it is an old file from a year or so ago. Would this automatically "look for" the current version? Anyway, I'm only too pleased that I now have an embedded NVR with version V3.4.103 without really understanding how I did it. You may note that this is a version that seems to supersede the version you suggested was current. i.e. I have V.3.4.103 rather than V3.4.101.You don't need to open the 'digicap' file, once you unzip the downloaded file then you should be able to go to remote configuration iVMS-4200 and go to the Maintenance page and load the digicap file, we would try this before trying the next thing. Sometimes there can be an issue with jumping several firmware versions, If updating through iVMS-4200 doesn't work I would try downloading an earlier firmware version, update to that and then to the latest version.