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Tell me what you need? You want to change the setting of your ps2 ? That where you can change, but if you trying to load a game and it is coming on system configuration. There are some reasons why. The Game CD or DVD is not reading because too many scatches, cd games not working, or your psp is not modified to load pirated games.
Causes: 1. You've made the wrong connection to your TV 2. You didn't make a connection to your TV 3. At worst, your TV isn't compatible with your PS2 (PAL/NTSC issue)
Remedy: 1. Check your connection with your TV. If you have a S-Video cable connection for your TV and your PS2, check it properly so that video cable from your PS2 is at the Video-in port in your TV. If this doesn't work. Go to #3. 2. You probably got excited. =) Connect your TV to your PS2 by following the instructions in your manual. 3. This is an issue. First, before buying a PS2, you should know what type of TV you are using. It's either PAL or NTSC. PAL TVs are most likely to be found in the European countries. As for NTSC, it's the most common between the 2 and can be found in the US and the rest of the world. Now, make sure that your PS2 is compatible with your TV. Or else, you might get weird pictures in your TV. And at worst, your TV might be damaged.
I would exclude a laser problem. It looks like this is a cable problem instead.
First check if the TV cable is well plugged both to PS2 and TV.
Second, the cable could have been damaged while you were moving the TV, if you don't get results with the above solution, i'd suggest to get a new one at a local retailer, a PS2 RGB cable will cost just few bucks, but before buying something, I'd try the PS2 on a second TV, if have the chance.
I had the same problem. I fixed it by changing system settings, there is somewhere on the console where you can choose between two differant colour options. have a look around and try changing it on the ps itself.
unhook the cable box from the tv and hook that cable into the ant in on the modulator and run the output of the modulator to the tv.set the modulator and tv on channel 3.you may have to turn off the cable box to play ps2.please give me a rating if this was helpful,if you need more help just ask
you can try to run a dvd cleaner in it or you can also try to clean it out with some compressed air might just be dust on the lens or you could have a problem that the ps2 not getting enough cool air and it is over heating