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Clean discs and clean the system. If no problem there you will have to clean the laser eye. might have to tear apart and clean with a lens cleaner if one of those dvd/cd-rom cleaner disc doesnt work. lots of videos on you tube to aid in the disassemble of the playstation. if that dont work then you are like me and have a broken blue ray lense. Very common problem with PS3's. Replacement of one of these will cost around $40-70 for the part. If you are comfortable doing something like this. If you dont know what you are doing I dont recommend disassembling your system. There are plenty of people out there that have started business' out there to fix all game systems and there faults. they are fairly resonable. I have the 40 gig orignal PS3 and mine broke on xmas. everything works but it will not play any cd, dvd, blue ray, or game disc. My eye is bad. send to playstation if you have warranty. If warranty is up it will cost $100 + to send it to playstation and for diagnoses of your system. hope this helps.
Try to clean the laser eye with a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol. If that doesn't help then see if you can get the PSP fixed by Sony if you still have the warranty. If you don't have a warranty you can still get it fixed by Sony for a price but you also can replace the laser eye yourself on your PSP. There are videos on how to change the laser eye on youtube. Hope this helps.
make sure when you chang the battery if your mouse has a light(usually red light) it is on
second make sure optical eye is clean , use air duster to clean it , if your mouse is not dameged ,now it should be working .
the same thing is currently happening too me` but im trying too configur the settings` the problem is inside` clean out the dirt dust but the cord runs around a couple of revs and just push it down a bit and make sure the main rev (white plug) is just pushed a bit down and secure now` putting it back together is harder`
Try resetting the mouse. On the base of
the mouse, there is a red reset button. Press that, while
simultaneously pressing the black reset button on the base of the
charger. The laser light should becomes steady after a moment,
indicating that the mouse is in sync with the laptop. If the laser is
blinking, however, then the mouse is attempting to become synced. You
may have to press the reset button multiple times. Hope this helps.