|That link you provided is horrible. Some of the worst attempts to get someone to download software and spambots onto their computer.|
Here is the direct link to the file in question that svrwthr provided from the plunder website. Don't goto the link he provided rather, this one which is a direct download.
iDVR4000 download direct link: http://barbados.plunder.com/x/$sP9_...
Have been messing around with this also have techwell 6802 chips (TW6802B) 8-channel dvr cctv pci card and was originally having issues with the software they provided on the CD. Actually the CD they provided out of the box didn't even work. Gave errors straight out of the box. These companies decompile other vendors software, then rebrand it as their own. Which includes all of the bugs that come along with the messy decompiling. Eventually emailed the ebay vendor and got a download for a functional version. Shows the quality control with these set-ups. Far from perfect.
Right now have since found iDVR4000 Version 4.10.328 (Jun 22 2010) release. Think its actually meant for another card. The software says its unregistered, but it doesn't crash running on a TinyXP install. So its just a matter of closing the window when it pops up, but if this was for a client not sure if this is good software to run. This is private on my residence so its not really a big deal to me.
Here is the current software I'm running now. iDVR4000Setup-IE.zip (download: http://www.cnhfvideo.com/down/iDVR4...
Really can't complain with 540TVL Sony Dome Cameras quality is good. Motion is so-so with these set-up trigger on just about anything. Might look into getting a DCTRLS external i/o alarm card to get driveway sensors etc to know for sure if someone has infact triggered an "alarm" or notification of reason for recording at certain hours etc.
Hope this info helps. Regards, sirHOAX