Re: Games initial load before Play Starts receive error...
If this happens for only some games, you should try cleaning the discs with a disc cleaner. Otherwise, you could try asking around at stores like circuit city, radioshack, best buy, etc. for what you could use to clean the lens, the part that reads the disc in your gamecube. If that doesn't work, chances are that the lens is damaged and your only hope is to send it in for repairs or get a new gamecube (or Wii).
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it might be the motor on your xbox 360 laser some games require the motor to spin faster during certian parts of certian games i have also noticed that sometimes the magnet that sits on top of the laser weakens causing the same problems because the motor relies on the magnet to be able to hold the game disk to the cerface of the motor as the game disk is spining
Insert the supplied Recovery CD's that came with your new laptop, and let it boot from the CD's. This will prompt you along the way to completely wipe your disk and pretty much start over... which is what you were doing anyway. =-]
your problem is with the actual games. try checking the disk underside for scratches-fingerprints-dirt et,c.
wipe the disk with a soft cloth ( yellow duster types good ) wipe from inside edge outwards, if they are very dirty. use a mild solution of washing up liquid and luke warm water. wipe with the solution from inner to outer edge. then dry and buff ( polish ) with a soft dry cloth. if this does,nt work. try a laser cleaning disk in the Drive.
Hope this helps mike @ compurepair.
I started to have this problem with the games that I play all the time. What I noticed is that the game starts to sink into the case. I got mine to play by first, pushing on the reading side of the disk. Later, I had to take the plastic front piece off that has the UMD label. You have to be careful because the actual UMD disk can come out after that. You also have to be careful because you don't want to crack the whit case that holds the UMD. I hope that this helps.