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Computer freezing problem can be a temporary one, but if a computer freezes regularly when multi-tasking, there's some major issue occurring in your system. When you face such a situation, you need to take necessary steps as soon as possible to fix it:-
- Disinfect your system using some reliable antivirus program.
- Run disk clean up (start > programs > accessories > system tools > disk cleanup.)
- Disable background services.
- Fix OS registry errors with any reliable program (must use Reginout for it.)
- Defragment the registry if needed.
This might help and it might not. try cleaning the disk really good, assuming of course you need the ps3 disk in to play the game. Once you have done that check the disk by holding it up to a light and see if there are any scratches in the disk. One tiny scratch is all it takes to kill a disk. If there are no scratches in thew disk then check to make sure that the disk is actually clear on the plastic, no smudges any place. If all of this is OK, then sorry I'm out of ideas since generally a load problem happens long before the game or a network connection shows up.
hi, this is a common problem with all video games consoles that take cd and the same for music cds. Most people throw them out when they get scratced and start jumping or in your case wont load the game. The good news is you can buy a cd polishing kit which polishes the scratches out of the disk.
How it works is you place the cd into a like similar to a cd box but it has three sanding wheels then when you put the disk in you then turn a small handle and the three polishing pads spin round and polish the scratches out of the cd getting the disk to work again.
The problem is finding some where that sells them i know Maplin stock them and sells them but if you have trouble finding anywhere that sells them then the best thing to do is type in in your browser "cd scratch remover" then this will list a load of sites that sell this product. Its not expensive to buy and its well worth getting one as you can use it loads of times so if in the future you have more problems with scratches then its worth getting one.
Hope this is the help you was looking for i know they work as i use one myself for my ps2 and music cds that get scratched.
Let me know how you get on or if you have any questions.
On any cd the bottom part that the laser reads doesnt have the information and the data on it it is burned into the top part so as you look at a cd and where the writing is on top of the cd if this is scratched and you can see through the disk then it cant be repaired but if its the bottom part that the laser reads from then removing the scratches will solve your problem. The scratches cause the laser to miss that bit of data thats under the scratch so polishing these out will be the same as having a new cd.
Most likely the dvd is dirty, scratched, or chipped. Try cleaning the dvd disk with a soft cloth (chamois works best). Look at the surface of the disk and if it is scratched lightly, dust and dirt particles, fingerprints, etc will cause refractions from the laser light in the dvd player, which is then read as an error by the dvd player. Cleaning it with a soft cloth will sometimes help.
If that does not work, hold the disk up towards a light source and look for light coming through from the other side. If this happens, the disk is unreadable and unrepairable as the data source has been corrupted.