I unplugged my DVD player when stripping wallpaper- and now I can only get it to play DVD's in Spanish. I go to MENU, LANGUAGES and push ENGLISH but it reverts back to Spanish when I go to the movie! HELP!!!
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This is a movie u burn with a computer duplication software correct one to one exact coppy?Yes,go to the movie main menu should have languages like French,Spanish,English.Should able used ur DVD remote controller to chose and pick the language u wanted.
The problem is not the disc itself but your DVD player. If other discs still play in English, and it is just this one disc that plays in Spanish, then your player is using some sort of stored setting to recognize your preference for spanish on that particular disc.
Forgive me if you've already done this, but try turning unplugging the DVD player for a period of ten seconds or so, and then plug it back in. If there is a reset button, press it. See if the disc still plays in Spanish after that.
If so, you may need to navigate the DVD menu of the offending CD to turn off the language setting your daughter selected. If you don't speak Spanish, try navigating to the language settings on one of the other discs with the English menus. Memorize how you got there, and take the same path through the Spanish language menu. Return the language setting to English, and exit.
Hope this helps.
Check the actual DVD player menu after movie starts there should be a language option there. Also there is an option on the TV (called SAP) which makes whatever plays through the tv into spanish make sure that is off while on the same channel your dvd plays on.
Not all DVD films have subtitles for all languages. I'm afraid if hebrew is not on the disc menu it won't have it. Next time you are buying DVD's check for the languages it surports. The region code might help you in this. Generally where hebrew is used a lot, the region coded discs for that area will tend to have it on.
when the a dvd is stop or not inserted press the setup button (depending on firmware version) you will see system menu the screen saver should be on the first menu press the enter button to access different menus and sub menus as for region i cant help you through traditional methods
Today's DVDs are pretty dynamic. They offer the consumer a plethora of options depending on the company that produced the DVD. From the main menu there is an option for languages. The consumer would need the remote that came with the DVD player and use the arrow keys to manuever the highlighted text onto the languages options and once there press the enter/select button. This will bring them into a menu with all the languages that the DVD will play in some even give you the option for subtitles as well. I suspect the consumer either does not have the remote anymore or it is the case you stated in your post. I want to thank you for using Fix Ya and I hope I have been of help. Please provide me with your feedback and if you need further assistance please let me know.
I have had this happen with this particular brand frequently. I have it plugged in to a power "strip" or surge protector. I find that if I turn the strip off then on again, it resets and fixes the problem.