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When I try to use player for a disc I burnt it says it loading then it says wrong disc. It says it is a region 1

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If the disc is under region 1 it should play, try using another disc on the player and if it works, it means that the disc needs replacement

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Can i make it region free?


HELLO

Turn on your DVD Player

Press OPEN on remote

Press 1 3 7 9 and the number of the region you want to use between 0 and 6. Use 0 for region free. You may need to press these buttons slowly. You will see XXXX on the TV. When you press the last number, it will display at the top left of the screen.

Now insert a disc (other than your own region) into the player and close it. It should load and play. Other region discs should play as well. If you didn't do it correctly it will display "Wrong Region".

When you turn off the DVD player it will keep the settings.

HOPE THIS HELPS ENJOY (:-)

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KM,

You'll need to check the region code of your player.

Make sure you have no discs in the player, and unplug the unit.
Plug it in and turn it on.
Open, then close the tray (with no disc!)
Press the Setup button, then select Load Setup
Press the Enter
While it it loading, press Menu.
When the box appears with a number, confirm it says 1 (region code 1 = USA). If it doesn't, please change it to 1 using the Up / Down buttons.
Press Enter to accept the change.

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hello.what you need to do is.
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You can try this options..hope this helps;
RCA DRA4008 / DRC220N
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  2. Press MENU, 1, 6, 7, Mute
  3. Press EJECT and exit the menu
RCA DRC105N / DRC198N
  1. Open tray
  2. Press 1, 6, 7, 1, 9 on your remote
  3. Select region code (0 for all regions)
RCA DRC230N / DRC230L / DRC232N / DRC233N
  1. Power on player
  2. Open the tray
  3. Enter 1, 6, 7, 1, 9
  4. OSD shows current region
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    Display shows new region assignment (displays "ALL" if 0 is selected)
  6. Power off
RCA DRC612N
  1. Turn on the player without any disc inside
  2. Enter the code "321 789 456" before the player menu appears
  3. Select 'all' in the appearing list for regionfree
  4. Turn the player off
RCA DRS7000N
  1. Turn on the player while disc tray is open
  2. Go to the "Options menu"
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RCA RC5215P / RC5220P / RC5231Z
  1. Enter 738565250001000X, replace X with the desired region or 0 for multi region
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RCA RS2030
    Turn the player on with no disc inside
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LG RH387 HDD DVD Player wil not play Disc's from other Regions.


1. Go to http://hk.lge.com/support/support_lgeservice.jsp
2. Go to "Product Support"
3. On the left panel, find "Device Driver", then "DVD Player/Recorder".
4. Download the "RH3xx.iso" from the linked page.
5. Burnt ISO to a CD (must be burnt as an image, use free software such as ImgBurn http://www.imgburn.com/)
6. Load CD onto the LG player
7. You will be prompted to choose a new region code - go with 0 for region-free

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Wrong Regional Disc.


DVDs are ecoded with region codes to indicate what area of the world they are made for. These codes may be 1,2,3, etc depending on which region they are made for.
DVD player read these codes and if the disc region code does not match the region the device is made for, the player will not play the disc.
Region 1 is for USA so most DVDp players made for use in USA require region 1 discs.
Some DVD players called multi region DVD players can be set to play different region DVDs but they are typically more expr=ensive then one region players and the code must be changed each time a different region disc is played.

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Coby 224 wrong disc


you can reset the settings through the menu, its under the advanced option in the menu. however, its not a regional error, if it was in the wrong region, it would say wrong region and not wrong disk, try putting the region back to 1 or 0 or 9, 1 is USA, 9 and 0 are all regions.

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Says "wrong disc"


This problem can often be caused by the DVD player software thinking it is in a region different than your discs. (DVD discs are often encoded with 'region codes' meaning a disc purchased in Asia will not work in a player expecting to see North American discs)

What can happen is the player 'forgets' where it is, and your regioned discs won't play any longer (region free discs should continue to work as will audio CDs ....)

A power surge, random cosmic ray or similar flakiness can cause a player to 'forget' what region it was designed for ....

If that is what has happened you need to 'reset' the region code.

Altho I can diagnose this, I have NO CLUE as to how to do this with a Protron PD-800 DVD player. Anyone out there know how to reset the region codes for this (or generically for a DVD player?)

Thanks!! //cheapz

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