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My iview-1000DV is only playing my movies in black and white, why? How do i fix it?

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SOURCE: Dvd plays in black and White

There are a couple of things you could try with this. One, is to make sure that the video input is connected properly. The second would be to make sure that the DVD that played in black and white automatically changed your settings to PAL rather than NTSC.

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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SOURCE: I have an iview 1000dv and I have played a dvd movie on it for numerous days and as of today I get this message. I also tried another separate dvd movie and it lagged a little but eventually played.

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