I bought some ntsc/uc disks but then i realised my ps2 only reads PAL. then i bought a new laser described as New PS2 PLAY STATION 2 Slimline LASER LENS PVR-802 V12 from ebay for my slim ps2. after that i installed the laser on my slim ps2 but then neither my PAL or my ntsc/uc disks spinned so i put my old laser back in my ps2 and my PAL cds spinned again. what can i do to make my disks spin on my new laser?
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good buddy,if your ps2 is pal then you can only play disc with the region 2 designation only,if you want your ps2 to play other region such as ntsc/uc U.S. or ntsc/j ***.you need to bring it to a certified techman for modding.thats the only way for you to dissolve this problem.
Hi, This problem actually related to the region change.For this problem you have to install a modification chip in your PS2 console after that it will play all your games according to your region. For this you have to contact any expert nearby to you. Thanks
You may need to clean and readjust the laser, which is painstakingly long and hard. As there are like 7 or 8 different version numbers of the PS2 each one has a slightly different internal configuration, guides can easily be found by typing in "PS2 Disk Read Error" on a search engine like www.google.com
Sorry I couldn't help you more, I tried to fix my own PS2 about a year ago and ruined the motor drive for the tray, so will not touch or condone such unless your pretty good with small parts and electronics.
Did you remove the anti static solder blob (point) on your new laser with a soldering iron and solder wick prior to installing it? The symptons your explaining indicate that point is still intact, If so you will need to carefully remove it first then reinstall the laser and try again.
Maybe the disk speed isn't set right, sometimes. Older PS1 games require a higher or lower spin speed than what you have set, try changing it to either high or low and see if that helps any. Also, have you checked the disk for scratches?