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Friday, April 14, 2006
LiteOn LVW-5055GDL+

4. Power up the player

We connected the HDD/DVD recorder to a TV using a Scart cable. After powering up, the LiteOn logo appeared.

Immediately, we pressed the setup button on the remote. From here, you can change all the major settings, including Video/Audio, languages, etc. We noticed that LiteOn offers a variety of languages for the OSD, Menu and Subtitles.

The player can become Region Free with the following procedure (same trick works on all LiteOn desktop burners)

1)Press "Setup" on the remote control.
2)Scroll down and highlight "Exit" (bottom box in menu).
3)While "Exit" is highlighted, enter 2,9,6, and 0 and press "Enter".
4)A hidden menu pops up and you can select your region.
5)Select "region free"
6)Exit Set-up menu

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