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Your PS2 doesn't need to format a disc. It's asking for a disc with Playstation 2 type software on it. In other words, it's looking for a PS2 game.
If you're putting a PS2 game in there and it's asking for one -- your laser is going out. It thinks the disc you put in is not a disc of PS2 type (PS2 format). You can find a quick tutorial on confirming this is the problem, and the laser (and repair) at the following page:
the power cord is the same as any other electronic appliance with two connectors it don't need to be an original you can use one from a small radio cassette player or any other appliance specially older ones the longest is detachable and the video/audio cable is the same on all playstations playstation 1 playstation 2 playstation 3 so you can probably find one power cable at any flea market or 99 cents store just make sure it has 2 connectors but I can guaranty that a 99cents store they have one and the video and audio cable you can order one at ebay for like 3 -5 dls it won't matter if is from ps1 ,ps2 or ps3 they are all the same