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My dvd v9700 wont play disks from europe

I have a dvd player samsung v9700 that wont play the disks that are coming from europe and i have a lot of them that i haven't been able to watch i live in us what is the problem how can i fixed it or should i say how can i change the region on my player

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You have PAL DVDs and in the US DVDs are read in NTSC. You will need a region-free player, not the DVD-V9700

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