Are there any preparations on the market to remove scratches from a CD without removing the ability to format or record to the disc?
click hereUsually available at Woolworths. No guarantees of course.
Is it really worth it. For £9.99 you can buy an awful lot of new ones. Unless its a disc with unrepeatable stuff on it, its hardly cost effective.
Is there something valuable on the disk? If not, then I completely agree with BT.
T Cut did it for me! It was good enough to enable me to copy the important stuff from the disk and put it on a new one.You don't need a lot and what is left over is great for restoring the finish to your cars paintwork;-))
I've had quite a bit of success with toothpaste. Gentle rubbing from the inside towards the outside, nothing drastic, take your time. Possibly a second or third polish might be necessary. Try it !
There is a Disc Repair Systenm called SKIPDR. which I bought for a tenner a few years ago in PC World. It works. I am sure it will still be available
Any halfway decent plastic polish should achieve this.
IMPORTANT if you do try to clean your disc DO NOT clean/polish in a circular motion but clean/polish from side to side the turn the disc and repear,that way the error correction may be able to work on the drive .
A while ago, I bought a DVD from play.com and this had a minor scratch on it.I could have sent it back for a replacement but as I had already had Skip Doctor in the house, I thought I'd try it out and it worked.click here
I have used the Skip Doctor with some success as well.However, deep scratches I have found to be a bit beyond its capabilities.
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