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Have you checked your game player for any dust. I mean, it could be
because the lens of your game player is dusty and it is not able to
read discs. That is the most obvious reason. Plus you need to check the
discs on some other player or perhaps on your PC. Try to make sure that
the discs are running on some other gadget or on your friend's PC or
play station. I
hope you try to resolve problem with my tip.
open the play station dome and see if any wire (gives istructions to open snd close dome) is strucked in the drive,it can turned into other direction but dont touch any thing in the play station if any wire is disturbed play station may be damaged .
moisten a microfiber cloth with isopropranol alcohol and clean the lens and black rubber ring on the top surface of drive motor
and also clean the surface the disc you are tring to play then retry dvd.
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.