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First, try cleaning the disc. Use a a soft glass cleaner (something not overly harsh. Windex works well) and a soft cloth that won't leave behind residue (do not use paper towels!). windex the disc and wipe it down, making sure no particles are left behind. If cleaning the disc does not help, the disc may be damaged beyond repair (look for scratches/gouges in the disc, or if it is warped). Also the issue may be in the PS2's lens inside the console. However, attempting to clean the lens could very well result in further damage. If cleaning the disc does not help, then I suggest finding a new copy of the game or trying it out on a friend's console.
do you have a slimline ps2? the problem is more than likely with the drivers in your console. do all your other games work just fine? only gt4 thats not working? gt4 is a duel layered disc unlike most games. my console won't play it either. plays all other games, even ones on the blue discs wiv no problem.
Do you mean Salazar? I've beat that game a few times and I don't recall ever having to fight salazar's guard. However, I'm sure any questions you have regarding this or any other game could be answered at www.gamefaqs.com. There they have FAQs, reviews, and walkthroughs for pretty much every game for every console.
i have the same problem, used to work fine now it doesn't and i've bought 4 copies of the game! gt4 is one of a few games that are on a dual layered disc, witch is why other games work but gt4 don't, so you would natraly think the problem lies in the game disc itself. ive been on the phone to sony and acording to them its because the drivers in my system are knacked. for £50 they will come to my house and take my ps2, and replace it wiv one they have referbushed. kinda steep when i could go to game station and buy one for £20 and still get to keep my console. aprently this problem is more common on the slimline consoles. what do you have? i have a slimline SCPH-70003 witch ive owned from new and taken good care of. its anoying cos out of the 80 something games i have, my favriout, gt4, is the only one the wont work!
go to a game place and get it cleaned. It cost like $2.00. If you are a member it is $10.00 a year and you get 5 cleanings a month and some times they don't car if you bring more then that depends what store you go to.
Disc Read Error generally means that the game disk cannot be read by your console.
Reasons for Disc Read Error 1. Disk surface scratched or smudged. 2. Disk surface dirty. 3. Lens surface dirty.
Here is what you can try doing.
1. Check the game disc for any scratches or smudges on the surface of the game disc, try to clean them off by using a non-abrasive cotton cloth.
2. If the PS2 console is lying down, please set the console to on its side or if it's on its side set it to flat position, restart the console and then try game again. Always ensure the PlayStation 2 is in a cool, well ventilated place.
3. Remove and reinsert the Memory card of your PS2, restart the console then try running the game again. Other troubleshooting that you can try.
Change the Disc speed of the PS2 DVD and then try again.
Start the PS2 with no disc in a drive. Press the "triangle" button on the controller. Use the up and down buttons on the controller to select "Playstation Driver” and press the "triangle" button on the controller. Select Disc speed. If it is set to "Fast," select "Standard"; if it is set to "Standard", select "Fast" and press the "X" button on the controller. Press the "O" button on the controller. Insert the game disc and restart the PS2. Try running the game again.
Turn the Diagnosis On for PlayStation2 to auto detect the best settings.
From the Browser and System Configuration menu. Press the triangle button to select Version. Highlight the Console from the list and press the triangle button - this accesses the next menu option. The Diagnosis will be highlighted. Press the X button to access the options available. Highlight "ON" and press the X button to affect the change. Restart the console and try the game again.
If the above steps does do not solve the error then you would probably have to replace the disc.
Note: If you are using the Slim version of PS2 make sure that the console is properly ventilated and that it should always be in the standing position, as the slim version of PS2 no fan or any other cooling unit unlike the normal PS2.