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kind of a tech question...

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can anyone tell me...is there a physical difference between game discs, blu ray discs, and dvds? im not talkin bout how they are made, but actual size, weight, thickness, etc.

 

my ps3 plays games flawlessly, but lately im having trouble getting blurays and dvds to play. i try loading them 2-3 times and nothing, but throw in any game i have and it works fine?

 

so is there a difference in these types of disc that causes this?

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Here is some info I found real quick searching google. I would read through it but my brain has been frazzled lately reading up on PSU's, Mother boards, Processors etc. I will keep looking. I was under the impression that a blu ray game and movie are on the same type of disc.

 

http://www.blu-raydisc.com/Assets/Downloadablefile/BD-REwhitepaper20060227clean-15266.pdf

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray_Disc

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