Question about Televison & Video
I only know English, Greek, German and some Latin, but I'm guessing you picked the wrong region code when you set up the DVD player. If it was made according to specification, you can change the region code up to five times before it is permanently locked. After that, you will need to replace or reprogram an EEPROM chip to change it again.
On the other hand if one of your discs is not for the region set on your player, you are probably better off trying to get it replaced with the correct version or just playing it on a computer with a DVD drive.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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