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Changing Region Code of Philips HTS9800W (from 4 to 0)

I bought a set of this system in Middle East (region 2 coding). But, they "stupidly" deliver a system with region 4 coding(Australia & South America). How can we change the region of the system to become all-region (zero)? Anyone with hack codes? Please.

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  • Edy Suhendra
    Edy Suhendra Apr 15, 2009

    lukas4477, thank's for the feedback. but, i was talking about a Home Theater System, not a dvd drive. thank's again.

  • Edy Suhendra
    Edy Suhendra Apr 16, 2009

    The support guy just called me.



    Follow this procedure, EXACTLY !!!



    (1) remote: press "POWER" to turn on

    (2) touch panel: press the "eject" icon

    (3) remote: press 9 9 9 9 then the new region "0" (all-region) consequently but not too fast



    If connected to TV set, we should be able to see what's going on.



    (4) remote: press "POWER" to stand-by, wait for a few second to confirm complete stand-by

    (5) remote: press "POWER" to turn on again

    (6) check to play with your DVD movies...



    The support guy did not tell how many times we can use this procedure. Just do it once for region "0" then you can play any DVD region.



    enjoy... :-)

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If you go into my computer and right click the device then properties, hardware then double click ur drive and region will be a link at the top set it to your region and your all set. remember you can only change the region 4 times!!

hope this helps

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