I bought my ps3 today,wen i put a cd in the ps3 does not take it in(no response),so i pushed the cd in, and still it did not read the game,it did not even read a disk in sie, i manualy took the game out becuase when i prese eject it makes 2 beeps and nothing happens, please help
Touch the eject button on the PLAYSTATION 3 system front for 10 seconds or longer to force the disc to eject. After removing and before reinserting a disc into the PLAYSTATION 3, turn off the system, and then turn on the system again to resume use.
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sounds like your motherbord is gone friend, if you know you put the drive in correctly and cleaned the lense then its your motherbord.is it possible you bought another faulty blu ray drive or lense?i fix ps3's and have never seen this problem not fixed with a simple cleaning of the lense with waterd down alcohol
is it cod 5 if you have played it you mabye unlucky becuase my m8 had the same and had to send his ps3 to sony and had to geta refurbished one... you can fix it somehow on youtube but i wouldnt risk it... the refurbished one was around £150 and you dont get your game back!!!!
From what I understand its a problem with the backwards compatibililty(the engine/drive that lets you play ps1/ps2 games)on the 60g.Sony says they have never heard of this problem yet these models are no longer in production.I have had mine for 2 years and it died today,same problem.
It's the Blu-Ray Drive. They only last 1-3 years with average
use. If your PS3 is less than a year old and you still have the
original receipt Sony will repair the problem for free. Otherwise
they're going to charge you $150 for the repair. You can reach them at:
Unless you have a technical background in
electronics there's nothing I would suggest doing. A firmware update
and or CD /DVD cleaner disk will do nothing for your problem. I've
fixed more than 100 PS3's with this exact problem so I know exactly
what I'm talking about.