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Wrong Disc System says Loading, it then returns with Wrong Disc. The DVD case says NTSC. Whatever that means....

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Are you referring to a prerecorded commercially produced DVD?

Discs are Region Coded This means that you will not be able to watch DVDs intended for use in a different country, unless you have a multi region player. .

There are two video standard formats, NTSC which is mostly North America, and PAL which is the rest of the world. Some players will play both, others won't. Some DVD players allow you to select the format.

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