Sorry to be a pessimist Mark, but could this potentially effect your warranty & insurance policy if something (touching wood for you) did happen?
P.S. Do they do software for 09+?
To restore to factory settings, insert the CD for one minute and it reboots to original. I'll probably do that for the DVDIM which I don't think is a good idea as I have the rear screens anyway. (Edit: I just restored the video lockout in motion)
Here is the list of cars that can be helped. The Accept delete comes as a bonus to the DVDIM.
DVDInMotion_CIC software for unlocking video in motion is available for all BMW cars with the Car Infotainment Computer (CIC). Models included are:
BMW 1 Series from MY 2009 (E81/E82/E87/E88/F20)
BMW 3 Series from MY 2009 (E90/E91/E92/E93/F30)
BMW 5 Series from MY 2009 (E60/E61/F10/F11)
BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo (F07)
BMW 6 Series from MY 2011 (F12/F13)
BMW 7 Series (F01/F02/F03/F04)
BMW X1 (E84)
BMW X3 (F25)
BMW X5 from MY 2010 (E70)
BMW X6 from MY 2010 (E71)
BMW Z4 from MY 2009 (E89)
BMW 1 M (E82)
BMW M3 from MY 2009 (E90/E92/E93)
BMW M5 from MY 2009 (E60/E61/F10)
BMW M6 from MY 2009 (E63/E64)
BMW X5 M from MY 2010 (E70)
BMW X6 M from MY 2010 (E71)
All 2012 BMW models are supported. The software works on cars made for all world regions including Europe, United States, Japan, Korea, Australia and many more.