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You need to unlock the DVD for multi-region options with a code you punch trough the remote, just remember that some DVD fabricants can VOID the waranty of the unit is unlocked for multi-region option...
The reason you are receiving this message is due to the region settings on your dvd player. Dvd players use region settings to allow them to only play dvd's from certain parts of the world. Your dvd player's region settings do not match the region code of the dvd disc.
The only way is to make your dvd player multi region....you will need to post the make and model of your dvd player so I can search for a solution that will work.
Turn on power.
Push 9 7 3 5 from the remote.
Select 0 using arrow keys.
The one above did work me,
only that after one turns on the player, enter in the 9735 with the
remote and press 'enter', you can choose between making your player
region-free or a different region in addition to R1. Select the desired
region unlock and press 'enter'.
Make sure you check the bottom of the DVD player to see if it was
manufactured in the first quarter of 2007, that might factor in whether
the code can work or not.
Many DVD players are preset to one region and if you use a DVD destined for any other region, the player will refuse to play. Some players have the option to change this to universal mode. Check your player's manual if yours has this facility.
Yes. You can play VCD movies and and Audio CDs on most players.
It's not the dvd; it's your player. I'm answering my own question. I did a search and found a code that needs to be set into my dvd player. So do a google search asking "wrong region" and the name of your dvd player. Someone is sure to have hacked through the problem and is more than willing to tell you how to fix it. Worked for me! Why does this even happen?