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JabarkusRussell
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How to Watch DVDs on Xbox


I hooked up my old Xbox and when I tried to watch DVDs it said you need to connect the DVD playback kit receiver to a controller port to watch movies. What is the playback kit? I never had a problem watching DVDs in the past.






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Teddy Ruxpin
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re: How to Watch DVDs on Xbox


I remember there used to be a little remote receiver that plugged into one of the front ports, but that's all that is ringing a bell right now.





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DownSouthCrawfish
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re: How to Watch DVDs on Xbox


Old Xbox as in OG Xbox, or old as in old Xbox 360. You need the playback kit to play DVD on the original Xbox iirc.





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wish i was tebow
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re: How to Watch DVDs on Xbox


It's a thing that goes into the controller slot and has a remote. Only way to watch DVDs on old Xbox


Why don't you have a DVD player or older Xbox to watch DVDs






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JabarkusRussell
Member since Jul 2009
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re: How to Watch DVDs on Xbox


Its the original XBOX. I have dvd players I just wanted to watch dvds in another room that didn't have one. I never had a kit before but was able to watch. Did they come with the system? Maybe I did have one and just lost it.


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GatorReb
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re: How to Watch DVDs on Xbox


No didn't come with.

I actually forgot about those.

I'm sure you had one and just didn't think about it. Would be my guess






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sbr2
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re: How to Watch DVDs on Xbox


You might not remember correctly, you need a playback kit for DVDs on OG Xbox. You either had one before or you were using something else.





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