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1. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 19:30 BST
I have a game that is really scratched and it stops working when I get to a certain point.Does anyone know a way to get rid of scratches that definitely works?If you have anything that you know works please post it here!
2. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 20:13 BST
i took mine to Premiere Video and they fixed it for about $5
3. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 20:59 BST
Do you think they could do it if I took it to GameStop?
4. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 21:22 BST
GameStop might sell disc repair kits (and I'm pretty sure places like FYE and Blockbuster do too), but I can't find anything on their website advertising that they do repairs themselves. you could try calling your local GS to find out.
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5. Posted: Wed 6th May 2009 13:02 BST
I should probably buy one of those repair kits someday. Toothpaste is still doing fine for me though
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6. Posted: Wed 6th May 2009 20:28 BST
Here's a tip for future though: try using cases to store your discs. It works for me!
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7. Posted: Wed 6th May 2009 22:18 BST
I have a case for it, it was scratched when I got it , cause it was used.
8. Posted: Wed 6th May 2009 22:25 BST
That is the risk you take when buying used games unfortunately, i always check the disc when buying to see if there is any major damage to the disc, check youtube for the toothpaste method described above, i've never had the need to try it but i've heard it works, as it is a mild abrassive that gently removes scratches without damaging the disc.
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9. Posted: Thu 7th May 2009 01:41 BST
Oh, yeah, I forgot! I used toothpaste on the disc and it fixed it.
10. Posted: Thu 7th May 2009 15:57 BST
Moral of the story: New, sealed games > Open, used games.
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11. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 22:56 BST
I remember having the smallest scratch in history showup on my Crash Bandicoot disc and that was all it took. Amazing how that works.
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