DRM License for Terminator Extreme

dean randle

Active Member
Hi all,
I'll apologise in advance, as it appears this has been done to death already.....however that was a while ago. After getting this dvd for a bargain £9, I thought I'd finally be able to try the HD version. However I am not getting past the aquiring the license.
I have read about the proxy servers and some now being blocked, and I have tried a few listed with no success.
My main concern is whether I am doing what I should be to get this to work properly?
I have tried Tools/Internet Options/Connections/settings and then pasting the proxy 123.456. type address and port number. I am using NTL cable if that makes any difference?? I have also tried the Tools/Options/Network tabs of Windows Media Player. Do I need to do both?????
Any help would be appreciated, as this is an area where I think I may be out of my depth.

Dean.
 

BrianCurran

Standard Member
I'm still using my original proxy server.

Just keep hunting.

Hint. Search for US proxy servers for Universities etc.

Remember to change your time zone to US.
Set proxy in internet options and Media Player.

Regards
 

dean randle

Active Member
Finally got it to work!
Found that I need to change the proxy in the LAN settings too!

Thanks for the tips and advice guys

Dean.
 
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FoxyMulder

Guest
I sure hope when the new WMA dvd players are released later this year that we won't need to be connected to the internet to get WMA high definition titles to work.
 

CrispyXUK

Well-known Member
can this title be ripped?
 

GagHalfrunt

Active Member
Originally posted by FoxyMulder
I sure hope when the new WMA dvd players are released later this year that we won't need to be connected to the internet to get WMA high definition titles to work.
If so I hope they flop :mad:
 

pj

Well-known Member
Originally posted by FoxyMulder
I sure hope when the new WMA dvd players are released later this year that we won't need to be connected to the internet to get WMA high definition titles to work.
i read somewhere that the existing WM-HD discs wont play in HD on the new players they are versions specifically for pc's and the players will only play the new HDversions which are yet to be released so we are stuck with the DRM (for t2 at least!)
 

GagHalfrunt

Active Member
It's one thing that bothers me about having a Microsoft "standard" in DVD players. And I thought region-coding was evil.
 

CrispyXUK

Well-known Member
if you rip-it to your hdd would this get past the DRM BS?
 

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