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I would check length/gauge of wires (+ve and -ve) as I have has the above problem before, as soon as I used thicker/shorter length wire all was ok.
I opend it up and had a look inside and there is no ****ing chance in hell im messing with any of the wires or the laser unit. I had no idea it was all that small inside The solder points look good, but im shit at soldering so what i think looks ok might not look ok to someone else. The laser unit looks fine. i dont know where to start on messing with the azimuth so **** that right off.
Thanks for all the help, but i think ill just leave it how it is for now, because it still works fine and i dont want to **** up the machine.
Thanks again guys
In my opinion, this is a laser issue (if the media's OK). Basically it's not finding the groove or recognising the disk within the number cycles allowed by the chip for booting the game. When it goes to the Browser, the chip sees the situation and if the groove is found the chip kicks in again.
Originally posted by Later
yeah, but weird thing is, if i turn on the ps2 and let it go to the browzer, then insert the disk it will boot fine. So i dont think its the laser, maby my messiah is slow or something