Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by TFfanmaiku, Jan 21, 2012.
If anyone can help me I'd be thankfull! Also no bullshit answers please!
There are devices you can buy that can remove the scratch, like the disc doctor.
It depends how scratched the discs are, though.
How badly damaged is it?
I'll see if I can find that.
Does that really work?
It worked for a scratched up Gremlins DVD I have. Just make sure to google it and follow the directions. And don't use gritty toothpaste.
And if it breaks it more, don't hold me responsible. Just sharing my experience.
Aside from toothpaste, Shaving cream. Works every time!
I can;t speak for the rest of the world but some Video Rental stores here in NZ also offer to clean up any damaged or dirty discs for a small price.
Looked almost brand new when they de-scratched one of by Forza Motorsport games which originally would just be spat right back out as soon as the Xbox tried to read it.
there is a store here that will do it for like a couple dollars, it's a national chain. you might have one.
while i haven't had one buffed that i brought there myself, i have had ones that i have bought there buffed, and they buffed them for free. but i am pretty sure that was only because i was buying it at the time. so i assume they charge you if you're not.
and they do a pretty good job. they even buffed the bargain section's 2 dollar and 50 cent discs.
At the video store near my house, they had a machine that cuts an extremely tiny slice of the entire dvd. They do this before selling a game. Worked every time. I also brought my older games that had problems and it worked like magic.
disc doctor worked for my Gears of War disc
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