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PLEASE HELP ME WITH MY XDVD700 DOESNT PLAY DVD

Everytime that i play videos on a formatted CD-R it says mini disc and then i could watch the videos fine no problem but when i want to play a regular DVD or DVD-R i doesnt play it, it says loading and after a while it says bad disc or eject the dvd.
i tried to take the XDVD700 back to the store but they didnt want to take it back because i didnt have the receipt "i lost the receipt"
I already try to restore the load factory from settings and notthing happened.
i dont know what else to do. i was reading the manual and i think it is the "region settings" it suppose to be 1 or all but i dont know how to change those setting or how to go there
Could you please gimme a hand and help me how to fix my XDVD700
i really appreciate your help... THANKS

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I had the same problem with mine i just kept hitting the reset untill it stopped.

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