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Topic # 29745 17-Jan-2009 14:04
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Help, dose Blue ray drive have zone lock like PS3???

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  Reply # 190185 17-Jan-2009 14:58
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Blu Ray discs and players all contain zoning.

Like DVD players there are ways of changing this for certain models of players.

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  Reply # 190205 17-Jan-2009 17:55
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However getting AnyDVD HD will sort that out making all Blu rays appear to the software and the drive as the local region.







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  Reply # 190236 17-Jan-2009 20:53
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Dose any blue ray drive cant not change zones? or have limited time to change it??

which brand and model you will recommend?

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  Reply # 190272 17-Jan-2009 23:08
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All have limited changes. However as stated AnyDVD HD gets around this problem.







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  Reply # 190373 18-Jan-2009 14:22
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Thank you guys

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