How do I unlock the DVD region on my computer?

How can I play a DVD from a different region on my computer?

Click “Properties” in the context menu. Switch to the “Hardware” tab of the Properties popup; select your drive in the list and press the “Properties” button. Press the “Change settings” button on the next screen. Switch to the “DVD Region” tab, select your new region from the list and press “OK”.

How do I reset my DVD Region Counter?

How do I reset the DVD region count?

  1. Start the registry editor (regedit.exe)
  2. Move to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoft.
  3. There will be a subkey (the first) of a strange format, e.g. ‘;t-z% with a single REG_QWORD value.
  4. Select the key and delete. Click here to view image.
  5. Restart the computer.

How do you change the region code on a DVD?

In the Device Manager window, double-click the DVD/CDROM drives icon. In the Device Properties window, click to select the DVD Region tab. In the DVD Region window, click to select the appropriate region code. Click the OK button.

Owning a Region Free or Multi-region player in the US is legal. However US DMCA makes it illegal to SELL a Multi-region player in the US. That is why all transactions to purchase such a device occurs OUTSIDE the US.

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How do I know if my DVD player is multi-region?

The region number of your disc or player can be determined by looking for a small, standardized globe icon with the region number superimposed on it. If a disc plays in more than one region, it will have more than one number on the globe.

Can I watch region 1 DVDs on my computer?

Any computer in the Library with a disc drive can play Region 1 DVDs. You can use the following applications to watch DVDs. At least one of these should open automatically when you insert a disc: Windows Media Player (PC)

Are DVD players still region locked?

It’s the practice of locking down movies and games so you can only play certain copies in certain regions. Australia is in Region 4 for DVDs, which means discs and players sold in Australia are locked to Region 4 to prevent you from playing imported movies.

Can I play region 2 DVD on my computer?

By right clicking on its icon in “My Computer,” you can change your DVD drive’s region coding from whatever it is currently set at to Region 2. This will allow you to play your Region 2 DVD on your computer.

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