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Unknown disk -samsung HT-x30 DVD Player

My player will only play disks from region O and 'any region' it wil not play region 2 as it was specifically set for. All other disks come up with "unknown disk" on the screen. I have tried to re set the machine to default it back to is original setting. I have tried the hack code 8,2,4,6,9. I have tried everthing, has anyone got any ideas PLEASE HELP my little girls DVD's for xmas are all region 2!

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It has no region code .You can download anydvd at slysoft.com

AnyDVD works in the background to automatically remove the copy protection of a DVD movie as soon as it's inserted into the drive aslo removing the region code.

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