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There are two possible problems. Either your wires have been shorted out and they do not work, or the RCA jacks on your tv do not work. To see if the playstation wires work, try them on a different tv before continuing. If they work, then you know it is your tv that is the problem. If they do not work on a different tv, then you need to buy wires where you can purchase at a Gamestop, Bestbuy, Circuit City, Etc. Also be sure that the wires are securely in your play station because i used to experience the same problem. It was simply that the wire in the back of the plastation was not fully in.
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t's not asking for a specific disc, it's asking for a properly formatted PlayStation disc.
This message could mean that any one of several things has happened:
* You are trying to play a Japanese disc on a US PS2, or vice versa
* You are trying to play a game that has been copied onto a CD-R/DVD-R
* Your disc is scratched/dirty/otherwise unreadable
* Your disc isn't a format that the PS2 recognises (i.e. CD, DVD, PS CD-ROM, PS2 CD-ROM, PS2 DVD-ROM, etc)
* Your PS2 is broken
there is no 360 emulater made that works so dont even look for one. a ps2 emulator u need min 3 gigs of ram and top of the lin video card but if u want to try it u get everything at this site http://www.emulator-zone.com/doc.php/ps2/
this is total ******** ive gone through 3 xboxs and now 2 ******* playstation3's And they all just keep breaking down. If any company can make a next generation system that will actually work for longer than 6 months i Will buy it immediatly and never buy another microsoft, sony or nintendo product ever again.
If this is a rental copy the most likely answer is simply that the disk is scratched or damaged to the point that your PS2 can't read it.
With rental games you also need to double check that store staff placed the correct disk in the box, have a look at the disk an ensure it is not an XBox copy.
This message would normally suggest however that the copy you have is not from the same region as you're PS2, if you have a US PS2 it will only play US PS2 games, if you have a UK PS2 it will only play UK PS2 games Etc. you cannot play UK games on a US PS2 and vice versa unless your PS2 is fitted with a 'mod chip' and you will usually require a 'swap disk' as well.
**be sure you understand the copyright issues involved if you decide to pursue this**
Another possibility is that it is a DVD R, not a legitimate disk, without a 'mod chip' your PS2 will not read games written to DVD R/RW (and doing so is most definitely illegal regardless what those to cheap to pay for there games will tell you about "backups").