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is it the 60 gb model?? that is the only one that did backwards compatibility. all others dont. if u do have the old 60gb then maybe sony got rid of it on the firmware updates. go on the ps3 website and update an older firmware and see if that works.
I believe all PS3 games are region free.
The region coding would be applicable for the blu-ray side of things, but the games should work on all consoles, providing they are original/official games.
After Reading various Forums on this Topic, it appears That All games from all regions Will Work On any PS3. ( this does not include PS1-PS2 Games )
I gues the only way to find out, is to try 1.
your blueray lens
the ps3 has 2 different lenses in the disk drive 1 is blueray and the other is just a basic dvd cd lens<
your blueray lens will have burned out if your still under warranty you should be fine to call sony and request a free repair if your not under warranty it will cost around £120
This is the number one problem PS3 owners encounter. It's a Sony defect. The blu-ray drive is a three part laser ( cd / dvd / blu-ray). The blu-ray portion always goes out. That's why you're still able to play a few of your DVD PS1 and PS2 games.
Check out my common PS3 problem and repair guide for tips and suggestions for your problem.