Your question did not specify if the discs you're experiencing trouble with are CD's, DVD's or PS2 Games. However, it could be something as simple as dust in the unit on the lens that reads the discs, which can be cleaned with a simple and inexpensive lens cleaner disc available at most audio/visual stores or your favorite video game store. Alternatively, there could be a problem with the unit itself. Let's face it, if you're like most PS2 owners, your console has taken quite a beating over the last few months/years. It probably yearns to be recycled into a PS3. PS2's are getting pretty cheap now with the PS3 on the market. It might just be time to upgrade - and what a great reason to do so. Can't afford it, grab yourself another PS2 at a bargain! Happy gaming!
the lazer in the player reads the special lines on the dics and it records it and a special compartment in the player makes it come to life
what is a floppy disc
The Dics you can suck on
Most are not dirty they are scratched
Pick Out 127 Dics To Cut
sucka 100 dics
my 92 is dics
A cylinder would seem to fit the given description.
there are 7 discs and 24 episodes
you just go through your menu until you get to video and choose movie
contact e.c.i in vernon ct they make a kit to swap using your stock spindles
1.44MB, and on very old dics/drives, 720K
No, you can copy them on to your hard drive and then burn them to another disk.
The flywheel just bolts up, remove the bolt.
The minimum thickness specs are stamped into the rotors.
You can insert it in the disc slot, they are the same size dics as cd'sadn dvd's but the computers software wont be able to read the game.
Records came before cassettes, and cassettes came before discs.
hot dogs are dics and butts and bulls rule and heat suck and we areawesome and you suck and lakers suck now and we can't do anything about it
No it takes place in the chloroplast. This is 100% correct and got from a smart man.