I have a Sony Playstation that works properly. The games work great (most of them are burned on blank discs from different companies)
and so do Music CD's. But there's one bit of a problem, a game called "Megaman Legends" (which is burned on a blank disc) that has a problem. The game works properly at the beginning, but at the point Roll ask's you to come to City Hall after defeating the Marlwolf (which belongs to Teasel Bonne). You have to say yes or no, but after choosing, it will have Megaman reply, then it fades to black. At this point, something should come up, but nothing will come up no matter how long i'll wait! It just stays pitch black! Is it because of the orange paint marker used on the front, because of the scratches on the back, or is it time to get a replacement for the game which is the normal version instead of the burned version? What ever it is, HELP!!!!
If it's burned on a blank disk most likely the data is corrupted or the ps1 that you have modded to play blank disks doesen't support a feature in that point of the game. You could try playing the actual game on the intended ps1 format and it should work without any problems.
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Computer disc are written in a format that PS3's read, if you want to play photos or what not you need to burn your disc using like Nero or Power DVD to say the least, you need to select picture CD not DATA or otherwise.
If your doing music you need to burn using make music CD not just drag and drop.
Try burning using picture CD format then update me with any questions you may have or problems that may arise from this solution.
If you got a SD CARD you can put the photos on it and the ps3 will pick those up just fine!
Have you tried updating the firmware of your PS3? ps3.com from there you can download the update to your computer, burn it to disc and then use it to update your PS3. Follow the directions on the website for downloading, burning a disc, and the using disc to update your PS3's firmware.
i had this problem with my original big box ps2. its most likely the laser within the disc drive is no longer working correctly due to burning out. only option is to pay for a costly repair or get a 2nd hand console as a replacement
that is a tricky question you can either pay somebody cause its ridiculously hard or just buy the games haha, this is becasue sony uses special discs with there games so does practically all other companies except pc gamming
Confirm the disc is inserted
correctly into the PlayStation 2 console (label side should be facing
up when the PlayStation 2 console is in the horizontal position).
the disc is clean. To clean a disc, use lint-free cleaning cloths made
specifically for cleaning CD/DVD discs, sold at computer software
stores. When cleaning the disc, we recommend starting from the
innermost circle, and wiping out to the edge in a straight line. We do
not recommend wiping in a circular motion, as it may create more
scratches on the disc. [Note: Other materials, such as a paper towel
or a T-shirt, may also scratch the disc. If there are any scratches,
smudges, or fingerprints on the disc, it may not function properly.]
Try playing different CDs, DVDs, and games on the PlayStation 2 console to see if the problem exists across multiple discs.
To determine if the problem is with the disc itself, try playing the disc on a different PlayStation 2 console (or a PS oneTM or a standalone CD/DVD player, if applicable).
that you are not using any game modification devices. Unlicensed
devices such as game modification devices can interfere with the proper
function of the software. We do not recommend the use of any game
modification devices or unlicensed products.
Are you using a real game disk or are you using a burned disk? If its burned you need a MOD chip for it. If its real then try to open up the PS2 and try to clean the lens gently with a q-tip. It helped me a couple of times.