Question about Televison & Video
You may have been sent a unit that accidentally got mixed into the wrong set. You can return it or you can attemp to make the player region free. To set DVD Region to “any”, download file “6000.zip” (often also called “LG6000.zip”) from this link:
Save the file and then unzip and extract it to your hard drive. Now burn the subdirectory RMTM0000 and its contents (not the text file) onto a CD-ROM (ISO format, “closed” CD-ROM). Insert CD-ROM into the LG BD 370 P player, and when the Region Management System screen is displayed, set the Region Code to “0” using your remote. Once done, press “PAUSE” on you remote to save, and you’re done!
If the above didn't work, then try the following instead.
When formatting the disc, choose the "mastered" format. Also the remote has a slide down panel with numbers underneath. Press the "0" on this panel and then the pause button. It should work.
Let me know how this turns out.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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