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I am having the same problem with my PS2, but I have an HDD inside of mine. I am told this is a circuit problem inside the PS2 that doesn't allow the information to be transfered to the RAM.That's why you see “No Data” instead of the usual problem of “Disc Read Error”.I hate to say it, but it sounds like you are going to have to do the same thing I am about to do.Send it in to Sony and get it repaired.
I am also pretty sure this PS2 you are talking about is the large fat one, and not the slim one.
When the home screen comes up where it says browser and configuration, Hit the triangle button this will take you into the version screen Now scroll down till you see cd or dvd drive and select it, change the disk read speed the fast. Try this if this does not work go back to the version screen again and select the very top selection i think it say console and turn the diagnosis on and reinsert the disk to see if it reads any more ?'s on this subject feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org