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Your laser lense is more than likely dirty. It's not too hard of a fix. I recently had to clean mine. MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF! Unplug the unit, take out the screws on the bottom, then, when opened, take the screws out of the top of the disc player. Your laser lense should now be exposed. Gently clean it with a Q-tip and rubbing alcohol. Reassemble. Good luck!
That is strange how the boot-up sequence can change. When You bought it, it sounds like it got mod-chipped when you bought it. if are one on the techy side of life then you can open your ps2 and look for one (google mod chip). Also the chance of one being there is higher because it can play copied games. Even though you bought it with the copied games, 1) copied games are illegal, and , 2) PS2's shouldn't be able to play copied games cause it wasn.t designed too.
As far as I know, the only way to play backups is to "chip" the console. On the PS2 there is a switch located under the DVD tray that can be flipped to remove regional restrictions, allowing you to play import games, but it doesn't work with back ups.