Question about Pioneer DV-350 DVD Player
Just purchased this without thinking about a region code lockout. I have tons of DVDs purchased from the US on vacation and now I am devastated. Can anyone help crack this one?
Download this file unzip it to a folder on your hard drive: http://www.multi-region.net/_media/6000.zip
Burn the downloaded file RMTMOOOO AND ITS CONTENTS onto a CD disc. Make sure the disc is then finalized and closed
Load disc into the BD350. A screen appears asking to assign a number in a DVD and a Blu-ray fields; use the up/down arrow keys to place a "0" in both fields; the, press the "pause" key. This will render the BD350 region-free (for DVD's) and zone-free (for Blu-ray discs)
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
I got the file but cant seem to get it working. what program has been user to write it to a cd and finnish it?
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
Just found this:
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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