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DVDs come imprinted with a region code for the geographical area they are sold in. DVD players sold in the same area(s) have the same region code. If you purchase DVDs made for a different region code, they will not play on your player. This is done to prevent piracy and copyright violators. Players can have their region codes changed, but then anything you have already will not play, and you are usually limited to three or four region changes before the player will not allow any more.
Here is a link to a Wikipedia article explaining Region Codes in more detail.... DVD region code
That means the dvd you have does is not set to the same region as your player. DVD discs and players are sold in different areas of the world under different "Regions" Do a google search on DVD regions for a better understanding. Your options as I see them are to take the disc back and ask for the proper region or see if your dvd player can be set to "region free" so it can play any dvd from anywhere in the world.
Where did u bought this DVD player?US,Canada,and Mexico?The DVD disc. used NTSC region format.Asia,Europe,Africa,and the Middle East.The DVD disc. used PAL region format.They can't be mix or it will not play as u find out.If u move in and out to another region of the world.U must have a regions free DVD player to play either NTSC or PAL regions.
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.
try to unlock your dvd player to play all free region. what you need is the code to unlock and a remote control to enter the into menu/programming mode. please specify model # of your dvd player when you look for the unlock key.
The following is just a few of the Panasonic SC-HT150 Features:
All region (Regions 1-6) playback
Lifetime warranty on our modifications: We totally stand behind the DVD players we sell. We guarantee that your code free player will play any region DVD from any country in the World. If your DVD player ever becomes defective we will fix it for free! Guaranteed to play all old, current and future DVD movies including DVDs that are RCE coded PAL/NTSC Playback of DVD/VCD
To play PAL movies you need a PAL TV or a Video converter
World Wide Power Supply: 110-240 volts 50-60 hertz
Playable Disc Type