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unlocking DVD-zone count


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I just tried a different zoned DVD on my Powerbook G4 yesterday, and got the message that I have 4 times left switching zones. Is there any way to unlock this? Maybe that's illegal, I dunno, but I will still like to know if it's possible. My brother actually just experienced his laptop pc refusing to play DVDs anymore because of he have switched zones 5 times already.
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It is possible but it voids your warranty and is a firmware hack that can ruin your machine

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this has no sense..
god..
i thought we lived in 2007...

why??!?!
i live in south america, and all of the movies normally comes from area 1 (north america) but if watch 3 movies from my area its over...
grr r r
(btw thanks this forum again for giving me a quick answer for a poped up doubt)
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try VLC player, it plays almost anything.
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