I read from an earlier post that you had helped a user unlock this DVD player and was hoping if you will be able help me with this as well? I'm in Australia and have numerous DVDs from other regions which can't play. Can you possibly please let me know how to unlock this DVD? My email address is: email@example.com
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Re: unlocking Pioneer DV-410V region code
I remember that particular one yes, he emailed me the final solution to the problem. Below is the excerpt of his email to me. After doing the steps below it worked. If it does not in your case message me back. You are using the supposed multiregion DVD player that isnt multiregion when you buy it right?
"thru parental lock/password then it wanted me to enter a new country
code of 4 digits so i decided to try 0000. it only let me enter one 0
but i closed the menu button"
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Crystal, try a different known working CD, if it does not play and has before, purchase a CD player cleaner kit and run it through the cleaning process or disassemble and clean as per instructions in attached links. Retry CD after cleaning, hope it works for you.
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hello there! what seems the problem is not with your dvd player but rather with the cd that you have bought.there are instances that movies don't play because those are just pirated copies kindly rate.thanks!
Even you don"t have a remote you can play it manually and DVD player play it automatically.Just try this open the tray put the DVD disc on the tray and close it then turn it off for 30 seconds then turns it on then it play automatically if not then there's something wrong to the player.
I think your player was not upgraded to read vol. 6 cd, in able to read the vol. 6 you need to upgrade your player in ver. 103. You can go to their website and ask for for the file to be download to upgrade your player.
Your particular brand/model was made in the very early 2000. It is possible that the eye (optical lens) is already weak and would need replacement or calibration. You may want to try and clean the lens hopefully improving the reading capability. Some users of CD players use a PC CD cleaner to clean the eye (pls read the instructions) though this can be done by going inside the unit). Probably your best bet is to seek the services of a qualified professional. Hope this be of some help and give you ideas. Pls post again how things turn up and/or if you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.
It sounds like the DVD region (a setting in both your OS and your DVD hardware) may have been changed. DVD regions are the agreed upon method (by entertainment companies, hardware manufacturers and governments) to limit cross-border sharing of media. Most valid (read: non-pirated) DVDs have a region code. Your DVD drive will only play DVDs with a region code that matches the DVD region code set on the DVD drive.
You didn't mention your OS but if you are running Windows XP then go to Start->Control Panel->System->System->Hardward->Device Manager and find your DVD player. Right-click the DVD player and select Properties from the menu and you should see a properties dialog-box with a DVD region tab. This is where you can change the DVD region that your player will recognize. Be careful, don't play around here, most DVD players have an embedded limit on the number of times (4-or-so) the DVD region can be changed.