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Ipod software problem - Appel 160gb Classic

The ipod worked with the Philips Portable DVD DCP750 with version 1.
After I have reg the ipod it did a upgrade on sotfware to version 1.1 and now the DVD play the sound because of the settings on the ipod (on version one it was the same as on the DVD but with version i.i on Ipod the settings do not work with DVD. Can I return to version 1 on Apple ipod
Marika
South Africa

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  • Silimech Apr 15, 2008

    The problem are with the iPod,it is not compatteble with the port in the Phillips Portable DVD DCP750, I did orders software to convert the dvd, but it did not work. I got a low vrequence TV cable and it worked.

    Marika

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I think you need the third party software to help play the dvd on ipod. Convert the dvd to ipod format first and then try to play the dvd on ipod.

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