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DVD player will play DVD disk according to assigned region code. You can see DVD-NS330 region code at rear of player, where model and serial number is written, region code would be written in globe mark.
This may be because DVD movies have a reigion code on the disk and on a pirated disk this code may be removed. When the ps2 fails to find the code, it aborts playing the disk. I believe the regional lockout for games (which i assume you have disabled) is a different system to DVD lockouts.
Even though I can't go into it on this post due to the nature of the beast so to speak but your problem is the potentiometer pot on the back of the PS2 laser lens (The one dealing with DVD adjustment). This is a common problem due to either one of two things. 1.) alot of movement of your PS2 (ie taking it to a friends house, car rides, shaking, dropping, etc etc etc.) or 2.) A lot of usage.
In either case what is happening is the potentiometer on the back of the lens has moved out of correct alignment.
In english? Your laser lens's laser beam is not producing enough energy to read the disk correctly.
So it has to be reset back to its factory position. Check this site it will help you out.
The Blue back disc is CD format. The DVD laser circuit is giving you trouble. You can adjust the DVD pot some on the back of the Laser. Turn it about 3 degrees clockwise. Then put it the laser back in. Test the PS2 with no cover on, and use the white round disc from the laser drive cover to clamp a disc onto the spindle. Test DVD and PS2 Games that do not have Blue back.
This is a problem with the DVD Writer model.
SONY DVD RW AW-G170a has problems reading DVD+/- R/RW Discs.
But there is no problem with any of the DVD+/- R/RW Dual Layer, DVD Ram or CD+/- R/RW Discs.
It is the reason that this DVD Writer lacks the correct bitsetting for DVD+/- R/RW Discs.
There is nothing else you could do other than replacing the wirter with some other model.