Question about Kenwood Televison & Video
The region code is burned in to the firmware of the player. If this is an independent DVD unit for your TV set and not a computer, the firmware for this may be with the main circuit board, and not the drive itself. This is based on the particular design.
If you search around net using search engines, you may be able to find some kind of code or patch that you can enter in to your DVD player. With these types of patches, if they are not factory approved there is no guarantee that they will reliably work, or not cause other types of faults.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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