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Are you referring to slow performance when playing a game on your PC? Or are you referring to your PS3 / 360 / Other?
If you are referring to your PC, I have a couple of suggestions that might help. First off, try these programs. They'll clean your PC of unneeded junk files:
http://www.tune-up.com/download/http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download I would also recommend disabling most of your startup items. They all hog the system resources when playing games. You can do this by going to Start > Typing in MSConfig > Disable Startup Items > Reboot.
The last thing I would recommend is a Game Booster. It disables all those system services that run in the background. You don't need them when you're playing games on your computer because all they do is make Windows look pretty. Here's a good one:
Hope this helps. If you're referring to a PS3 or a 360, let me know and I can reclarify my answer for you. :)
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/
Does the plastation 3 turn on at all or it turns on with some sort of message can you explain the problem with more specifics. my conclusion is still very broad and cant find an accurate solution with the information given. Please explain the problem with more detail.
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").