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All DVD players use a dual laser pick up. One laser is for CD/VCD/MP3 and the other laser is only for DVD. If you have watched more DVD and less CD's you could be having a problem with the DVD laser. Must have become week and the system cannot read the disk. Change of the lens unit will solve your problem.
Step 1- open the DVD tray
Step 2- Press the "MENU" button on the remote control
Step 3- Press" 8888"
Step 4- Press the " DISPLAY" button
Step 5- Select your region. I would suggest enter " 0", this will make it a all region player.
Step 6- Press the " SETUP button to exit.
you can reset the settings through the menu, its under the advanced option in the menu. however, its not a regional error, if it was in the wrong region, it would say wrong region and not wrong disk, try putting the region back to 1 or 0 or 9, 1 is USA, 9 and 0 are all regions.
I hate to say it, but there are likely 2 issues that can cause the "Wrong Disk" error. The zone of the DVD's, as you mentioned, is a huge issue for distro. companies that sell the DVD's. They have been working with manufacturers for years to improve the protection of the zone restrictions. It is possible that the unit's firmware now includes some features to essentially block "zone-free" disks. You could try by testing - First: an original DVD from the proper zone, then, an original DVD from the improper zone, then, a copied DVD from both. Please list the outcomes of all the tested DVD's
Ill move on to the other possibility if this is not the answer.