miracles2006 -> Removing Scratches off game cds (4/15/2008 11:08:22 AM)
I have tried everything from furniture polish to toothpaste and I still have scratches on my game cds. I need more help. Please feel free to email me at email address removed by MP3Mogul and tell me what else I need to do. I also tried the Maxwell Scratch Remover, Cleaner, Polish and Sealer and still have scratches. PLEASE HELP
MP3Mogul -> RE: Removing Scratches off game cds (4/15/2008 3:05:05 PM)
I removed your email address for security reasons.
Have you heard of the Scratch Rx? I have seen it in places such as WalMart, best Buy And CircuitCity. The Scratch Doctor is what the large rental places use to remove them from their games before they resell them.
miracles2006 -> RE: Removing Scratches off game cds (4/16/2008 3:59:24 PM)
I also used Scratch out from the movie Gallery and it is guaranteed and it still didn't work. The games works for a few minutes then it stops. How much is the Scratch RX? The reason why I had my email address so people can email me at that email address so I can get this resolved.
MP3Mogul -> RE: Removing Scratches off game cds (4/16/2008 5:24:24 PM)
We dont' allow you to put your email address in a post for security reasons, any mod or admin will remove it if seen in a post. People can send you an email from here simply by clicking your member name beside your posts.
As far as the ScratchRx I think it is around 30.00 USD. I don't know if it will work any better than what you have already used.
SithTracy -> RE: Removing Scratches off game cds (4/16/2008 9:21:16 PM)
Nothing beats taking great care of your discs and storing them properly when not in use. Sounds to me like your discs are scratched very, very deep. Best of luck to you. Sounds like you have done all you could.
killalot57 -> RE: Removing Scratches off game cds (4/22/2008 3:11:46 PM)
Nerver give up! Never Surrender!
You look that disk strait in the eye and yell "I'm not donna take it"! then... um.... er....
Real message - you could try copying the game disk to your computer then burning it back onto a disk and using the new one you made.... I hear that works, but you might need a double layer dvd and I think they cost like $10 a piece....