reset the dvd zone (4) excuse for my bad speaking

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by pacou, Jun 28, 2002.

  1. pacou

    pacou Guest

    for the all good XP user, I not good in your us language
    but I work on XP and this forum it's the service of the
    XP user. I caraibes men and I speak french very well
    for more info
    go to google and find and take traduce this
    site .
    BIEN, assez joué si vous suivez il y a une protection sur
    le changement de zone de dvd dans xp. On ne sait pas
    pourquoi mais il y a forcement moyen de le supprimer
    dans os 95/98/2000
    c'etait possible dans HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFWARE\MICROSOFT\BOOTCONT\ etc....

    if you understand please advise me
    regards for all XP user
  2. Iceman

    Iceman Moderator

    Si votre essai de changer la zone de votre DVD essayent ici


    Si j'ai tort me laisse savez :p
  3. Electronic Punk

    Electronic Punk Administrator Staff Member Political User Folding Team

    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Might not be so useful in french but the following is take from my dvd beginners guide:

    Windows2000/XP contains extra region protection, you can view your current 2000/XP region code by doing the follwing:

    Right click on my computer and go to Properties, Hardware and then do device manager. Then go to DVD/CD-ROM drives and right click on your DVDROM. Go to the DVD Region tab and this will tell you your internal region code.

    Normally you will have a region selected with one region change remaining.
    Most software DVD players now use this internal region code, except:
    PowerDVD, it uses its own 5 changes system, use DVD Genie.
    WinDVD 3, this player does use the internal region code by default but you can modify the registry to make it use its own 5 region counter, use DVD Genie, you must modify the following registry value:

    There is a way of resetting the region counter to two choices left after every reboot, but requires manually modifying the registry:
    Load RegEdit and go to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft].
    You should see a random looking random letter key (e.g. " d-`%" ").
    If you have a region set, inside this key there is one REG_QWORD value, delete the data that it contains, do not delete this key.
    Export the key and save it to C:\Windows (or another such folder)
    Create a shortcut in your start menu startup folder that says the following:
    regedit.exe /s c:\windows\regfile.reg

    Now everytime that you boot Windows2000/WindowsXP you will have two region choices.