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this is a problem with some ps3's especialy the high GB ones like mine. they made it so most if not all of the ps2 games cannot be played to cut down on price and to leave room for all the memory. so you can still play ps1's but you cant play ps2's. sorry
If, when you say "any discs", you mean CD, DVD, BD,PS2, PS1 & PS3; then that means that your "Blu-Ray Diode" is out. You would need to get this replaced.
If you are under warranty, then no big deal. Send it in to Sony and get a new one.
I repair PS3's as a hobby and have repaired many with this issue.
Your question is somewhat confusing, using a playstation 2 memory card, will have PS2 game saves on it, how would you play PS2 games on a PS1 from the save, you can't.
If you just mean you are using a PS2 card for a PS1, the way a PS2 card saves data is different to a PS1 card, so it probably won't work
You can use your PS1 memory cards in the PS2. You can only use the PS1 memory cards to save PS1 games that you are playing in your PS2. You can't save any PS2 game data to a PS1 memory card
Ps3 supports over 1000 ps1 and ps2 titles. Make sure you hook your ps3 up to the internet and download the latest firmware updates.
Odds are your system will be able to play all or most of your ps2 games once you update the ps3 online.