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Qsi cdrw/dvd sbw-241 is locked on region 2

How do i get it to play region 1 dvds?

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You need to access the system properties for this disc drive, and change the region from there.
If running WinXp go to control panel, then system and then after opening,,look down the menu tree,,and select your drive,,then choose properties,,and then you should
be able to change regions from there.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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Press [SETUP] to exit winksmiley.gif

You will now be able to play DVDs from anywhere in the world.

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