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Purchase or borrow an imported DVD. The only real reason to
make your DVD player region-free is if you plan on watching imported
Locate your DVD player's brand name and model number. These
can usually be found on the box the DVD player came in, or on a sticker
close to the video inputs or on the bottom of the DVD player.
Have your remote handy. You will need your remote to enter the input codes into your DVD player.
Locate a Web site that can help you with the codes you need
for your particular DVD player, since all DVD players have different
codes. Try DVD Exploder or Video Help (see Resources below). Both have
an extensive list of codes for almost every kind of DVD player
Enter your brand name and model number when prompted to do
so on the Web site. If your particular model number is not available,
try searching under the brand name. Sometimes you will be able to find a
model number that is close to your DVD player's model number.
Enter the codes into your DVD player with your remote. Be
sure the DVD player's door is open-almost all codes require the door to
Test your imported DVD to see if it works, once you have entered your code into the DVD player.
insert the dvd disc from other region then the region code error will flash on the tv screen, then press the on screen button on your remote twice, then search search for the clock and set it to 0:00:00 and enter and it will automatically play.