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Toothpaste

Discussion in 'Playground' started by The Soul Forever Seeking, Feb 2, 2005.

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  1. The Soul Forever Seeking Gems: 10/31
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    [​IMG] (I tried to post this earlier and it didn't seem to work, at least I can't find it, so if this is a duplicate topic, forgive me.)

    Hello. Recently a pair of games stopped working. Now, these games are both console games, so I'm 99% sure it's not a mechanical fault.

    It's the CD scratches that did them in.

    So this guy tells me that it's possible to fix minor scratches with toothpaste, of all things.

    So I wanted to know: Is this hooey, or can you actually repair a scratched CD with toothpaste? For that matter, if it is true, what's the proper technique to apply it without ruining the disc?

    It's important that I find out if this will make the games even more broken, because the games in question are Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Halo 2.

    So will a dental product get me flying banshees and jacking cars again? Or is it a pipe dream?
     
  2. Ox Gems: 4/31
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    you did and it worked!

    ...see F O R U M

    ...techno-magic

    ...look for your previous Post which is a duplicate of this one
     
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