#1
Is there any way of repairing a CD that has surface marks that cause the CD to skip?
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#2
well once my Battlefield 1942 CD hat a fat scratch in it so I ordered some weird tooth-paste like stuff called CD-Doctor (I think)...which I had to apply to it...it actually worked
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#3
^ its not scratched, its just got a mark that makes the track skip at about 6 mins.
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#4
stick your john in the little hole in the middle of the cd.
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#6
I once bought a cleaning thing for my disc and it just made it worse, maybe try water.
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#8
Quote by LustGardenBlues
stick your john in the little hole in the middle of the cd.


Your penis may be that small, but mine is not

Quote by str84ever
Can you not just rebuy it. That would be the easiest option.


I cant, unless i want to spends like £100. Its a rare Tool CD.

Quote by samerika
I once bought a cleaning thing for my disc and it just made it worse, maybe try water.


Its not that kind of mark, i might have to get the surface shaven off if i can find a way or place that will do it.
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#9
Try taking it to a rental place (Blockbuster, Hollywood Video, etc) as they often have cd buffers for their dvd's which will basically buff a very small layer of the cd off. If the people working are cool, they will probably do it for you. It's worth a try, and the worst thing that could happen is the cd would still skip.

Edit: And if you want to try putting a household item on it, I would recommend car wax over toothpaste any day. But things like that are better suited for small scratches, not marks.
Last edited by Unforgiven Otlw at Jul 6, 2007,
#10
make sure! w/e you do try it on a less important cd first
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