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I have several family video files produced in Canada/States stored on the HDD which play correctly onto the television in uk. I tried to copy these files to the internal DVD recorder but it keeps coming back with the message (TV signal ) not supported. All other copying,recording and playback between HDD and DVD functions work correctly when using the same TV signal ie PAL uk. I have contacted Liteon they say its illegal why should NTSC, PAL,and Secam TV signals be restricted? and is there away round it.
If I may add to coleslaw424 and IB4G2008's post...
If I understand your concerns right, they are:
1. video files stored in the HDD (NTSC) - playback OK ;
2. these NTSC video files can not be recorded to the built-in DVD;
3. all other video files stored in the HDD (PAL) - playback & record OK;
4. you are of the opinion that it is a firmware problem; and
5. you are then seeking cracked firmware version(s).
To my understanding, this unit is basically region free, hence there is no need for a "crack" to make it so. To make it region free, pls press on the remote:
1. Setup button.
2. Up Arrow to Exit setting.
3. 2-9-6-0 (in the number keys pad).
4. Right Arrow
5. Down Arrow (select (0)
7. Left Arrow twice
If for some reason the above procedure will not work, an alternative solution is to replace the entire DVD assembly with the internal DVD assembly from a LiteOn 1635S (a 16X DVD Burner) if your particular model is the version that uses the DDW-813S assembly.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. It would be appreciated if you can pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
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