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I would recommend going back to the shop you got the game from and asking for a new copy, it seems more likely to be a disc problem than a console one, and just check that it is the correct format for your region.
sounds like the laser's stuffed. the lasers in those machines are notoriously bad. you'd best be careful. a dodgy laser will cause laser-burn to the discs. i had the same thing on my machine. i could play a couple of games, then there was some that would work after i took them out and put them in, several times. after fixing the laser, ive not had the problem again.
check disk is not scratched. I made a silly mistake of picking up my console when a disk was in and still running. I heard a whirring noise but thought nothing of it. Later i went back to play my game and got the same message. When i looked at the disk it had a nice gouge where the disk had cought something when i moved the console. Up shot was to buy a new disk - no amount of cleaning would remove the scratch.