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    I have a Victor XV-P323 player, region 2, that I want to make region free.
    I havent found any hacks for this product, though Ive tried to use some for others..all which didnt work.
    I also only have a Victor universal remote (in Japanese) that makes things more confusing (as I dont have alot of buttons mentioned in other hacks)

    If anyone can help me out, I will give you my soul. If not...you can have this giant stack of Canadian kids DVDs I cant use here =( Thanks a tonne!
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    Originally Posted by hiko View Post
    I have a Victor XV-P323 player, region 2, that I want to make region free.
    I havent found any hacks for this product, though Ive tried to use some for others..all which didnt work.
    I can't find much information about the player. Is Victor another trading name for JVC? If that's the case, then Victor players might be similar in design and operation to JVCs.

    This thread might be useful:
    http://www.avforums.com/forums/blu-ray-dvd-player-multiregion-hacks/214212-dvd-player-...tart-here.html
    Scroll down to JVC.
    - 'None of these models can be modified via codes entered with the units own handset...'

    You probably need to take it to a shop and get it modified.
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    intracube - JVC means Japanese Victor Company. That's not widely known outside of Japan, so yes, Victor = JVC.

    hiko - Note that some DVD players cannot be made region free. Sometimes there are no hacks for specific players. Sometimes hacks exist, but they only work on older hardware and the manufacturer has changed the hardware during production and broken the hack. Also, it is possible that due to hardware differences in the same model sold in different parts of the world that the hack may only work on models sold in another part of the world, say, Australia.
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  4. This player looks like a rebranded LG model, so the lg5000 hack may work as mentioned here:

    https://www.videohelp.com/dvdhacks?dvdplayer=lg+lda-830&hits=50&Search=Search

    You'll need to burn a cd and load it into the player. You can also visit this link:

    http://www.multi-region.net/lg_3620

    Keep in mind that this may not work and may even damage the player, so do this at your own risk.
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