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Each DVD-Video disc contains one or more region codes, denoting the area(s) of the world in which distribution and playback are intended. The commercial DVD player specification dictates that a player must only play discs that contain its region code. In theory, this allows the motion picture studios to control the various aspects of a release (including content, date and price) region-by-region. In practice, many DVD players allow playback of any disc, or can be modified to do so. Entirely independent of CSS encryption, region coding pertains to regional lockout, which originated in the video game industry.
DVD production is geared for Area 2 or Country 2 in the UK and In the States I think it is 1 normaly the dvd will be only capable of playing the dvd's from that area ie: 1 unless it is a computer dvd then the area can be changed in the system device mamager you usually have five oppertunities to select which one you want then after five it locks on the most used ... Regards Vortash
I copy my area 1 DVD's to my hard drive and then convert them to DIVX and I can play them anywhere .
1. Power on the player with no disc. 2. Wait for the "No Disc" message to appear on the TV (not the player). 3. Press Pause on the remote. 4. Press 3, 1, 4, 1, 5, 9 on remote. 5. Press 0 (region free) on the remote (or any other region number you want). You'll see the number on the player's display. 6. Press Pause on the remote. 7. Power off the player. 8. Wait a minute. 9. Power on. I hope that will help you