Optical drive region questions

Started by AMDKurt, April 28, 2010, 01:21:02 pm

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AMDKurt


NejinOniwa

Seriously, this is why I tend to avoid conversation in swedish if I can...I have a SUPERB ability of making enemies of people. -_-
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AMDKurt

Why so? I mainly try to speak english to improve my grammar XD

NejinOniwa

Hell if I know why...well, this is this, that is that. And as far as language/grammar goes, parts of my english isn't far from surpassing my swedish, so yeah.

But now we're drifting offshore, and this topic seems pretty done with, so I suggest departing. -w-
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PizzaDrill


Raffaele the Amigan

Program DVD Genie was capable to Tweak DVD Region Code at DVD-Player software level and make any DVD to be played any time with no blocking the local Window Registry Region Code Limit of 4 maximum changing events.

I think it is a stopped project, but it should work still with Windows XP. Dunno if it works with Vista and Seven though.
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NejinOniwa

Wait, the limitsetter is in the Windows Registry? I thought it was hardware...damnit. -_-

Well, that makes things easier, at least... -w-
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PizzaDrill

Quote from: "NejinOniwa"Wait, the limitsetter is in the Windows Registry? I thought it was hardware...damnit. -_-

Well, that makes things easier, at least... -w-

I thought it was firmware.

JA8956 / Patrick

Hi guys I’ve read your topic about the DVD regions, well I recommend to use “anydvd” it is a nice tool which allows infinite changes of the region code. The hardware itself is not affected.
http://www.slysoft.com/en/anydvd.html