Discussion in 'Televisions' started by jGrahamD, Nov 28, 2003.
Is it possible to play the WM9 disk on T2EE in the UK?
Yes, you've just got to spend a bit of time finding a proxy server that Microsoft haven't banned.
Not sure it's worth it. If they want to cut Europe out of their market it's their loss.
The picture is worth it, I can promise you. Really it's Europes loss as for some reason we arent deemed worthy enough to be allowed HD. I think Microsoft need to learn from this release as the DRM and sloppy interface detract from what is an excellent product. If all hidef WM9 releases were like T2 the WM9 format wouldnt stand a chance.
Can anyone post or PM me a proxy server that Microsoft haven't banned? I've got the WM9 version of Standing in the Shadows of Motown that I can't play.
Its not Microsoft that caused the problem with T2 WM9, rather it was the Studio that owns the movie who insisted on this particular method of copy protection. Microsoft are only doing what they have been asked to do and even they recognise the problems that have been caused, even folks in the US have had major difficulties in getting the license.
if any one can PM me with a solution to get this to work i would be real grateful
I just got Standing in the Shadows of Motown (shame the WM9 is not really HiDef). I managed get the DRM to work correctly by using the proxy:
nts.rangenet.com port 3128
This was on Friday, so it might still work. I got the address from:
Thanks, I'll give it a try.
Saturday 6 Dec 22.214.171.124 port 80
IS this free to download? If so P.m. me where you get it from
No, you'll need to purchase the Region 1 DVD for the full film.
A sample of T2 in HD (among others) can be found here:
I have just got my copy of T2 Extreme edition.Help ! , how do i get the 2nd disc to run the high def , whats all this about proxy servers etc..
"I have just got my copy of T2 Extreme edition.Help ! , how do i get the 2nd disc to run the high def , whats all this about proxy servers etc.."
Is there any news on this? I cant get it to work either.
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