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The PS2 has always had trouble with certain discs. And yes you can often tell by the "color". RE4 although from ancient was pre PS3 and basically some of the newer games wont work on the "old" PS2's as well. Partially due to the fact they are a bit dirtier and worn out and cant read the faster speeds as well. You might want to consider purchasing a "new" PS2 ($99) that wont have the same problem.
The same problem occured to my slimline ps2. I opened it to find that the power switch inside had broken of. The only option is to get the switch soldiered back on or replace the tiny circuit board that has the switch.
OK i wont ask how it got dropped but open it up get a polyester cloth or somthing soft and like silk NO COTTON NO FUZZ!!
then SOFTLY wipe the ps2 lense dont try to do it without dissmantling the ps2 you will break the top dusting around the lense will also help too