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The DVD player maybe locked to a region, to make the player regionless so it can play DVDs from any region the player need the firmware changed. But if you make a mistake then the player will be a piece of junk. These WEB sites shows how to Unlock DVD Players - Region Free Code www.dvdexploder.com/www.download-info.com/dvd/index_new.htm
Is your DVD player a multisystem player??????? If no,It is quite possible that the DVD's you are playing are not recorded on the format which your DVD can play.
It is also possible that the head of the DVD requires cleaning over use for 2 years OR the DVD being played has been lying inoperative for a long time thus gathering dust and moisture requires cleaning now
There is most likely a problem with the disk that you are trying to play. Either the disk is not in a format that the player understands or it is scratched, or the data is corrupted. Try a different disk.
If several disks are doing the same thing, then your DVD may need cleaning. There are Cleaning disks available at your local electronics outlets that you can pop into your DVD player and it will clean the lenses on the optics inside the player.