Question about Audiovox MMDV2
My dvd has suddenly developed a wrong regional disc problem what does this mean?
DVDs have region codes to prevent black-market selling of them and
whatnot. Where did you buy the DVD? Where did you buy your DVD player?
I don't think so. What if you moved to another country? What if you decided to take your player on your yacht and sit out in international waters watching DVDs?
Try deregioning the hardware. Get the make and model number and enter it with "de-region" or "DVD region hack" into google. You may find instructions for de-regioning the player. It usually consists of taking any discs out, restarting the machine and then entering a number code that allows you to set the region to "0". Most of the cheaper, Chinese-made DVD players have a work-around like this. Post the model and maybe I can find it for you.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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