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Mar 2, 2001, 02:35 PM
 

I got that "DVD Player can't find the software it needs, maybe you should reinstall DVD 2.2" after upgrading to 9.1 and playing around with extension. I know there is often another way to fix these, but after playing around, I thought it might be easier to reinstall.

But, when I went to install the downloaded DVD Player, I was told that it couldn't be done on a disc that did not contain OS 9.0.1 or higher, even though 9.1 was installed on the disc in question.

What's the deal? I fixed my problem by simply swapping Extensions Folders with another volume, but I am curious about this issue.

Thanks,
Storyboy

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Mar 3, 2001, 06:47 PM
 
You need DVD Player 2.3 which comes with the FULL CD version of 9.1
Pretty dumb on Apples part not including it with the download
Someone here found a copy somewhere... anyone know where that is?

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Mar 3, 2001, 06:58 PM
 
do what i did and grab it from http://homepage.mac.com/jfano.

-r.



[This message has been edited by rjenkinson (edited 03-03-2001).]
     
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Mar 6, 2001, 08:28 PM
 
I discovered that if you don't have a radeon card, sometimes the ATI Radeon extension can interfere with the DVD player. Just remove it (If you don't have a radeon card, you don't need it at all), and everything should work fine.
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