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Old 03-08-01, 12:09 AM
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Ok get this: I have a i-book that has dvd rom on it right, if I hook it up to my tv right, can I watch international dvds on it?? like region 2, 3, 69 or whatever?? If so will the picture looks great?

let me know dudes and thanks in advance.
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I'm not entirely sure what an I-Book is. Can you give me a model number of the drive and the I-Book thing?

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Originally posted by demonio
Ok get this: I have a i-book that has dvd rom on it right, if I hook it up to my tv right, can I watch international dvds on it?? like region 2, 3, 69 or whatever?? If so will the picture looks great?

let me know dudes and thanks in advance.
Probably not. A DVD-ROM drive isn't necessarily an all region coded player. The MPAA would not stand for that! I know for Windows machines they're is software that supposedly takes care of that, but I don't know of any for Mac.

Contact Apple for the regions your DVD drive plays, they are the only reliable source.

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