If you watch DVDs from different regions, after some time you're not allowed to change region coding anymore. Is there a way to restart the count?<br><br><pre>PMG5/1.8Ghz/1GBRAM, PBG3/400Mhz/768MBRAM, AirportX</pre><p>
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ah .. well that will be after the warranty runs out and as far as I am concerned, that allows me open slather.<br><br>yeah i only have two DVD's to play , at present.<br><br>but as soon as warranty is over.. i will be under the hood making adjustments.. you see that is another unfair thing.. <br>All of the DVD's I can purchase within my region.. are made in a different region.<br><br>so do you know what i will be doing as soon as I can? <br>breaking the bloody stupid law!<br><br>
I actually just read in the Q&A section of the holiday issue of MacWorld that after the 5 switches, your chances are gone of fixing it. According to the mag, you'd seriously screw up your DVD drive if you tried to...<br><br>
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