Geovision is a remote surveillance software that is packaged with cameras. The software is installed on a computer, allowing a security team to watch video through DVR technology. When the surveillance system is no longer needed, removing the software frees resources on the local computer. Removing the software is also necessary when reselling or re-purposing the machine.
Click the Windows Start button and select "All Programs." Select the Geovision menu in the Start menu, and select the "Uninstall" option. This starts a wizard that guides you through the uninstall process.
Click the Windows Start button to bring up the search box (Windows 7, Windows Vista with default Start Menu), or select "Find" to bring up the search box (Windows XP, Windows Vista with classic Start Menu). In the search box, type "gv." to search for any remaining files. The search process will show any files that may have been missed by the uninstall process. Delete these files, if any are found. Repeat this step for files of the following types:
Turn off the computer and remove the Geovision card. Power the computer on again, and confirm that it does not prompt you to install any Geovision drivers. This ensures that no software remains on the computer.
If you may want to reinstall the surveillance equipment, store the hardware and installation software in a safe place.
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