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Dvd Region Unlocking

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#1 slippy67


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Posted 27 November 2007 - 06:21 PM

I have a Philips Freevents x56. I have swapped my DVD regi/on over several times but have now done it the limited amount. And have it locked on Region1 which sucks since I live in the UK. Does anyone know how to get around this and switch it back, or make it multi region?



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Posted 15 July 2011 - 10:40 AM

I found a similar problem, and have found out about 3 ways to get around it, but if anyone can give reccommendations as to which way is the best I'd appreciate it as I have not tried them all-yet.
1. With DVD Region+CSS Free-shareware
2. With DVD43-freeware
3. With DVD Passkey Lite-freeware

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Posted 15 July 2011 - 12:29 PM

Hitachi-LG GRA-4082N CD/DVD-RW IDE OPTICAL DRIVE...........Is this what you have?
If so, used ones can be purchased. Here is one: Hitachi-LG GRA-4082N CD/DVD-RW IDE OPTICAL DRIVE | eBay
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