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Re: DVD region free
I went to Sanyos website and there is no manuals for them. My first DVD player was a Sanyo I bought at Wal Mart and I was told at the time someone else was handling support for them but you might want to contact Sayno and find out who it is.
DVD players on PCs are easier to do that to since there plugged into a computer and can be programmed but to do it normally to a stand alone DVD is tough to do without adding mod chips to it. By changing the region to a different one than the player is certified to run on (if you can), can result in the machine not playing DVDs at all.
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Purchase or borrow an imported DVD. The only real reason to
make your DVD player region-free is if you plan on watching imported
Locate your DVD player's brand name and model number. These
can usually be found on the box the DVD player came in, or on a sticker
close to the video inputs or on the bottom of the DVD player.
Have your remote handy. You will need your remote to enter the input codes into your DVD player.
Locate a Web site that can help you with the codes you need
for your particular DVD player, since all DVD players have different
codes. Try DVD Exploder or Video Help (see Resources below). Both have
an extensive list of codes for almost every kind of DVD player
Enter your brand name and model number when prompted to do
so on the Web site. If your particular model number is not available,
try searching under the brand name. Sometimes you will be able to find a
model number that is close to your DVD player's model number.
Enter the codes into your DVD player with your remote. Be
sure the DVD player's door is open-almost all codes require the door to
Test your imported DVD to see if it works, once you have entered your code into the DVD player.
Press the eject button on your Toshiba DVD and insert the foreign disc. A window will pop up informing you that your DVD is a different region and ask you if you would like to convert to this region.
Click "Yes" when you are prompted to change the region. You will only have a certain number of opportunities to change your region. On the last try, your DVD will only play DVDs from the designated region.
Find out the Toshiba model number and use this to research a code that will break the region code assigned to your player. Each player make and model possesses a unique code to break the region code, so make sure you are using the correct one and follow it exactly as it is written.
Hi, On most of the DVD players regional set up cannot be changed.However just for trying; type your
players brand and model number into goggle along with 'hack code' and
you should be able to find some codes to change the region code on your
player.You need to find the correct 'Hack' for your model, otherwise you wont be succeed. Google 'DVD Hacks', there are many sites out there that will provide the details. It generally consists of pressing a secret sequence of buttons on the remote. For example; holding the mute button down and simultaneously pressing 6758, they are all different. It then enters a special SERVICE mode where you can change the DVD region or make it region free. In
my experience the major brands like Sony, Sharp, JVC, Toshiba,Panasonic etc are
harder to change, I guess the major players do not want copyright
issues/problems. On the other hand,The cheaper DVD players as unbranded, or never heard of, are
better.They are all "MULTI REGION " or "region free "players play any
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Hi, Do the following step to make your DVD player region free..
1.Turn machine on without disc inside
2.Press menu button
3.Enter region code (See below for list)
4.A highlighted 'region area number' will appear in the upper left corner (some players)
5.Press 9 to change the region number to multi-regional
6.Turn DVD off
(remove power from mains)
next time when u power on the DVD ,it will be region free.
Many DVD players can be made region free, but each one has a specific method. A net search for your model name and number along with region free may help you. I am certain there is no general solution without knowing make, model and perhaps even serial number.
1. Power on 2. Open DVD tray 3. Press HOME 4. Select/choose SETUP 5. Use arrows to move to LOCK icon 6. Press 0000000 (press the number 0 (zero) seven (7) times) - You get the REGION FREE message 8. Confirm OK
Insert a non compatible dvd disc, when the dvd player spits it out again press 0 seven times and the dvd player will congratulate you on making it regionfree.