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Apple Tv 1st Gen Problems

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I just picked up a 1st Gen Apple TV , everything seems to work fine , however
When i try and sync it with my itunes account , it gives me two errors consitently

Make sure Firewall port is open......

And the apple TV is busy

The PC is a windows 7 machine 64bit . Firewall is turned off , and i have made the machine DMZ on the router . But i still can not sync any of my itunes stuff to it

I have the latest Itunes software , and the apple tv is version 3.0.2

Any ideas i can try and sync my content ?


Edit: Figured out how to make it work , the all in one router and modem was to blame , i added a real router and it worked perfectly.
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