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The Mummy: Complete Legacy Collection
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantMarcccc
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Could've sworn I did that, but I'll check it out.

(In reply to addicted2dvd)
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorTheMadMartian
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Well, that's just very sad and quite a questionable rule 

It's not a rule, it's built into the program.  The program reads the discID directly from the disc.  My guess is that it prevents people from entering fake ones.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorRutan
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I note the disc id is exactly the same for the Australian and UK BD. I know this as I submitted the Australian one. The Mummy: Universal Monsters: The Essential Collection Main Feature - 73B2A989E23AEB72 - THE_MUMMY_(1932)_G51 - Single-Sided - Double-Layered
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantMarcccc
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So now I'm getting various remarks as to what to do 

At this point the easiest thing of course would be if someone who actually has the UK disc upload it properly.

Until then, how do I change the locality? I looked at the information I could edit but apparently I'm missing something. Region is set at A, B which is the same as the other discs in this UK boxset.
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Until then, how do I change the locality?


DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantMarcccc
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So easy, yet so well hidden

Thanks, will change it later.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantMarcccc
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Alright, changed it.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorKluge
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Quoting Rutan:
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I note the disc id is exactly the same for the Australian and UK BD. I know this as I submitted the Australian one. The Mummy: Universal Monsters: The Essential Collection Main Feature - 73B2A989E23AEB72 - THE_MUMMY_(1932)_G51 - Single-Sided - Double-Layered


There are people that clone a profile, change UPC/EAN and/or locality, covers, SRP, ecc. but don't change the disc ID, so it's easy find wrong disc id in the database.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorT!M
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There are people that clone a profile, change UPC/EAN and/or locality, covers, SRP, ecc. but don't change the disc ID, so it's easy find wrong disc id in the database.

Indeed, this happens a lot. If I were Ken, I'd change the software to automatically strip all Disc ID's from a profile whenever the "Change UPC / Locality" function is used - ensuring that a cloned profile never keeps the old profile's Disc ID.
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