My ps3 just crashed in one of my new games and since then it will play a little bit of every game but then comes up with disk error , it wont play other games or my blue ray films , but it plays normal dvd's and cd's with out a problem what should i do and how do i go about it
The ps3 has been known to have a problem with the blue ray laser eye. If the problem persists you should call sony and arrange to have it shipped to them, if you are still under manufacturers warranty it will be of no charge to you, out of warranty service is around $150. Sony support can be found at www.us.playstation.com
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there might be 2 things wrong with it. 1 the laser is broken or not working right. and 2 the code files that are supposed to read the disk are corrupted either way if you still have warranty on it i would go back and get a new one as long as its not your fault there would be no problem replacing it
if your ps3 doesnt play ANY games or dvds, that may mean that the eye on the ps3(the thing that reads the disks and dvds) is malfunctioning, not moving efficiently enough to procces the disk, not recognizing the encrypted code on the disks, or the optical eye could even be scratched. the disk feed could also not be feeding the disk in far enough for the eye to read it. i would definitly suggest calling customer service and/or bringing the ps3 to an A+ certified technition to "diagnose" your problem.
Can you be any more specific? is this a problem with one disk, one type of disk or all disks? What is the exact error you are getting? Are you trying to play a game, play a film, play an audio CD or are you using your PS3 as a Linux computer and trying to open a data disk? have you tried more than one disk?
Without specifics there's just no way to guess what the problem is.