It's not supported yet (the copy protection/decryption.) Since that's a dead end, you'll need a drive that you can set to that region PLUS software that supports BD copy protected content.
If you check the forum policies we are forbidden methods to get around the rules.
I have just received BD movie I ordered from US (Region A). But when I checked does the Blu-Ray disc even work, VLC Media Player gives this:
This Blu-Ray Disc needs a library for AACS decoding, and your system does not have it.
Your input can't be opened:
VLC is unable to open the MRL 'bluray:///F:/'. Check the log for details.
I have read something about BD and AACS. What I have understood is computer needs keys to encode AACS protection and those keys need be updated. How do I do it? Disc is region coded, A. I live in Finland and laptop has been bought in there (BD region B). Laptop's statistics:
HP Pavilion dv7
hp BDDVDRW CT2iL ATA Device (BD drive)
64 bit Windows 7 Home Premium
Question about HDCP: what computer & peripheral parts need be HDCP compatible/certified in order to view video in maximum resolution? Monitor obviously, but anything else, like BD drive and graphic adapter?