As far as I have seen, it's mostly a different method for different DVD
players, although some share the process.
The method for deregionalising my samsung is the same for 4 (I think) of
the panasonic ones. It basically involved pointing an Aiwa remote at it,
and pressing a few buttons, which set the machine into the engineer's
Most methods I've seen involve a remote of some kind (Usually one of those
all-in-one remotes will do). The other suggestion is to get the machine
chipped. I've been told somewhere on Dame Street in Dublin will do it for
you, but I've yet to find it.
Your best bet is to check the internet first. Do a search on Google for
"<yourmake> <yourmodel> region hack". Substitute "Hack" for "unlock" if
you don't get any decent results.
On Wed, Nov 08 2000 at 11:46PM, Ross Lynch(ross at onesphere.net) wrote:
:: What's the story with deregionalizing a DVD player? Is it a standard
: operation or does it vary from model to model? I'm looking at one which is
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