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Old 04-04-2008, 11:20 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by NatCh View Post
I've recently bought a used PS2 game, and the console won't run it. When I put the disk in, the console goes into the browser thing, just as if there were no disk in it at all. Other disks work just fine.
Just stating the obvious... Are you sure the title is a PS2 one; If you hold the 'on/reset' button longer (until the 'blue' light comes on and release the 'on/reset' button), you will be booting up in PS1 emulation mode. Maybe it is a PS1 title?

Otherwise, try booting up normally, then after failing to load at the browser screen, pop open the PS2 tray, and with your PS2 disc in th the tray, lightly tap the 'on/reset' button. The tray should close automatically and the PS2 should boot up again. This time the PS2 is 'warm' and may load fussy discs!

Hope this helps!
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