Just Bought rock band for my PS2 and it goes straight to dics error or system configuration. Thought it might have been the disc so I exchanged it for another one and still have the same problem. Any suggestions?
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Here are the tips to get Rock Band work on the ps2:
Clean the disc well.
Run another disc in the PS2 for about 5 minutes, then try the Rock Band disc.
Plug in a standard controller, navigate to the browser screen, and if the PS2 reads the disc, simply select it with the controller.
Insert a copy of Rock Band Track Pack (PS2) and let it run until it gets to the Harmonix screen. Quickly switch this disc for the Rock Band disc, and reset the console.
Insert the disc so that the "K" in Rock Band on is pointed at roughly 6 O'clock. If the disc isn't read, then open your PS2 and rotate the disc one hour to the right. Repeat this until it is working or until it is back at 6 O'clock.
Be careful with your Rock Band disc as some of them barely work to start with, and you don't want to damage it more.
Save your receipt because if it doesn't work at all you will want to return it.
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Rock Band and Guitar Hero instruments are NOT compatible on the Wii.
They are compatible on the 360, the PS3, and the RB drums for PS2.
Activision went their own way with the Wii and made life difficult for
all of the aspiring musicians on the Wii. Sorry.
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iv had a simular problem with that befor u will find that ur lazyer is gone i dont no how much they cost to replace but i dont think its to expensive and if u cannot repair it ur self ur going to have to take it into a gaming store to get it repaird . matt
Ok, I was having the same problem. You need to take your playstation apart and clean the laser with some alcohol. Only use alcohol as it dries faster and clear. Might as well clean the rest of the inside as well. you will be surprised at the dust it collects. After I done this my works fine.