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changing region settings for DVD

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hello, guys,

here is my problem. i was watching some movies on my pc recently, some of them with other regional settings (Australia and Europe). Now I am trying to change my player back to Region 1 (US), and although I still have one attempt left (last one!), it does not allow me to do it.

what would you recommend me?

thanks in advance!

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Hello Madlord,

Welcome to Geeks to Go at www.afterdawn.com (worth a bookmark)
you can find this program below post back if this works for please.
DVD Region+CSS Free v5.81

DVD Region+CSS Free enables you to watch any region DVDs on your region-locked (RPC2) DVD drive. It will work, even if you can not change the DVD drive's region and does not require any firmware modifications.

DVD Region+CSS Free disables region check for software DVD players such as PowerDVD, WinDVD, ATI DVD Player, DirectDVD, NVDVD, CinePlayer, Windows Media Player, PCFriendly Player, InterActual Player, TheaterTek DVD and UltraDVD. You can manually add additional players to the list.

DVD Region+CSS Free enables DVD copy software such as DVDFab, DVD X Copy XPress, InterVideo DVD Copy, CloneDVD, DVD2One, Pinnacle InstantCopy, DVD Shrink and Nero Recode to copy any DVD from DVD drive directly.

Other features include Region+CSS Free for RCE DVDs, Macrovision-Free, Operation-Free, Direct-Play DVD menu or movie, and run self at DVD programs startup automatically.

Here is the page for a trial to try out yourself
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