1. EXIT AnyDVD completely. If AnyDVD is running when you try to set/change the drive's region it won't work. Right-click the RedFox icon in the notification area (bottom right of the screen) and select Exit.
2. With the Window 10 Start Menu open type (without the quotes) "device manager". That should allow you to start the Windows device manager app.
3. Find the DVD/CD-Rom Drives section. Click the + to open for what Windows sees as available DVD/CD drives. You should see an entry PLDS DVD-RW DA8AESH XL6M". Or one similar to it.
4. Right-click that entry and select Properties. That brings up the drive's properties dialog.
5. One of the tabs should be marked as "DVD Region". Click that.
6. The info on that tab page will tell you what the drive's current DVD region is set as. With AnyDVD NOT running the "Current Region" should say 0 (or "Not Selected"). Along with a number of remaining changes.
7. If the current DVD region is not 0, AnyDVD is still likely running in the background and is making Windows report wrong information.
8. If the current DVD region is 0 ("Not Selected"), scroll and find what country you are in. For example, United States. When you've selected your country the "New Region" should tell you a region code/country has been selected.
9. Press "OK". You get asked if you want to change the DVD region, select "OK" again. The dialog closes.
10. Device manager, right click for properties and select "DVD Region" tab. The info on that tab page should now indicate Windows has properly updated the drive's DVD region.
11. While not needed I suggest you reboot. Create a new, updated log file and post it here as you did previously so we can check it has been done successfully.
Once the drive's DVD region has been set you should never had reason to change it.
Coincidentally I used a USB DVD-writer drive to help me see what steps were needed to set a drive's DVD region. The USB drive's DVD region was not selected. So I set the region to 1.