Hi there , not shore if this helps but , when your playing game the graphics uses more power to run the 3d display , if the system is completely restarting from bios the power supply may not be good enuff to support this , you could try disconnecting something your not using to test this like a cd or dvd rom .
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You might have a minor scratch that is impeding the disc from playing. I had that with a game or two before. Try getting the same game from someone else and installing it on your hard drive. If the game is installed, it only needs the broken disc to start the game, and then the rest will run off the HD.
The game must have been corrupted. The only way is to uninstall it then reinstall it again. Also make sure that your pc meets the system requirements to run the game. Free up your disk space too, before you reinstall the game.
You have to give your PC time to start-up.. When you first log in to windows, your PC is starting multiple applications that take up memory and processor usage. These programs run in the background after they have been started. So while they are starting and killing your memory and processor, you try and load a game that wants to use all that processor and memory..but it is already getting used by your start-up applications. So your PC is 'overloaded', usually this only makes your PC slow, very slow, for a period of time until those programs are no longer using up resources.
My suggestion... wait a few minutes after you turn it on, before playing a game.... or get more memory and/or a faster processor...
or you could stop some of those app's from running at startup... but giving it a few minutes to 'start-up' is the best solution.
the faint lines are nothing. its just smudging or something. the main reason why a ps3 wont play a clean bluray movie is if your system is in need of an update if you have already done that then it may be an issue to call sony with...
I had the same problem, dvds, audio disks, and even blu-rays don't tax the processing power of the system like games do... I ended up sending it in for repairs, it was out of warrantee, so it cost me about $150.
The good thing is that that turnaround time is FAST!
restart the wii 5 times in a row.. thatll cause the ship to go blank and the first cd you insert into the console will make the chip be able to read that type of cds and the rest of them will work fine..