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Change of region

Intervideo WinDVD 5 came with my laptop, which I use quite a bit to watch DVD's. The problem is that I am living in India, and have had to change the region quite often in order to allow the movies to play. After my alloted number of changes of region are up, how am I supposed to watch movies?

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Re: Change of region

Use VLC player, there is no problem with region.
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