Region free for a PC dvd player??

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  1. jonjon

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    Can and how do you region free the DVD players and writers on Dells computers?
    one'e NEC, one's Samsung.

    I have heard it can be done????? :confused:
     
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    Unfortunately, it's not as simple as just updating the firmware of the DVD player. :( There is region protection in Windows and in the software you use to watch DVDs. :rolleyes:

    Take a look at this for starters:
     
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    there is a small program called anydvd this just runs in the backround it makes all dvd's region free it also removes copy protection :devil:
    hope this helps!!
     
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    DVD Decrypter 3.2.2.0
    Rate It Excellent . region free and rce free program.






    License Freeware
    Price FREE
    OS Windows All
    Size 770 KB
    Download Time 56K: 1m 50s 64K: 1m 36s 128K: 48s 768K: 8s
    Last Updated April 26th, 2004 10:00
    Category C: \ Multimedia \ Video \ Other VIDEO Tools




    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
    SPONSORED LINKS
    · Anti Tracks 2.2
    · TuneUp Utilities 2004

    get listed
    DVD Decrypter is a free tool which enables you decrypt and copy a DVD to your PC's hard disk.

    From there you can choose to watch them with the likes of PowerDVD and WinDVD or you can re-encode them to MPEG1 (VCD) or DivX.

    Advanced functionality can be found in the context menus.

    What's New in This Release:

    · Added: 'RCE Protection Found' dialog box
    · Added: Apply button to the 'Change ISO volume name' dialog box
    · Added: Eject / Reinsert of disc before the verify stage
    · Added: Support of brute force disc key cracking
    · Added: The ability to have the program not ask you if you want to erase / overwrite a disc in ISO Write mode
    · Added: CLI support for '[DISC_LABEL]' in destination path names
    · Added: CLI support for '/SPLIT 1GB' - Only for IFO mode
    · Added: Additional error checking to IFO patching code so that 'invalid' IFO files are easily spotted and pointed out to the user
    · Changed: 'Pack Header Not Found' warnings are now also shown in ISO Read mode so as to warn the user of potential problems
    · Changed: What's displayed in the info panels in ISO Read/Write mode is now not so dependent on what the 'Current Profile' is. It now also works by the discs 'Book Type'
    · Changed: Some of the code behind setting the drives 'Write Parameters'. This may work out better for people who said they were having bad burns from 3.2.1.0
    · Changed: Some of the disc initialisation code to use single commands to get and display the 'state' of a disc (i.e. Empty, Complete), so that what's displayed in the info panel in ISO modes is what the program uses.
    · Fixed: Problem with drives (i.e. AOpen ones) that make use of multiple AGID values as part of Authentication
    · Fixed: Write speed control wasn't correctly being set to its last saved value
    · Fixed: Older Pioneer writers (i.e. Pre 107) weren't burning some CD images properly
    · Fixed: Ejecting the disc after erase, before burn - it shouldn't have been happening
    · Fixed: Problem with invalid characters in filenames (generated from the disc's volume label)

    you can get it here. http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/11/2/5/11-2-5-1.shtml
     

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