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thats because sony was *** and stopped making ps3's that could read ps2 discs. so in other words you cant. the said "they didnt see it was fit for it to have to play games." a load of **** i say! they were just losing money for having a blueray, dvd, and ps2 reading machine. so they decided to take out ps2 and not dvd? i dont get it cause we can rip dvd's to play as a video file, and then play it from that. sony doesnt think right i dont think, sorry. but you are out of luck
this could be a problem with your blueray lens, the question you have given isnt really specific but, if it can play (ps2 games, cds or dvds) but not (blueray films or ps3 games) then it will be your blueray lens and will cost around £120 to repair from sony unless it is under warranty hope this helps..
check in the ps3 settings for output that you are not selecting an output resolution for hdmi that is not compatible with your tv my tv has full 1080p hd but some so called hd ready tv's fall way short of that... try setting for 1080i or 720p see if it fixes the problem
ps3's are region free for gaming,
However, certain functionality specific to the game title may be disabled and unreliable if your game is not from the same region as your playstation 3 system.
the blueray dvd will only play your specific country region film dvd discs.