Electronic CD/DVD Repair Kit

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by computerfreak76, Feb 18, 2003.

  1. Nick M

    Nick M Moderator

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    Don't get that one. I'll post a link when I get home of something else, much, much better.

    Called/Disk/Game/Skip Doctor
     
  2. Nick M

    Nick M Moderator

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    this

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    I have it. I swear by that thing. I've repaired some CDs, that no console, or PC system can read. I love that game doctor. Trust me, get it, and you will not regret it mate.
     
  3. it looks and sounds nice i WILL check it out
     
  4. gonaads

    gonaads Beware the G-Man Political User Folding Team

    It scrubs the surface of the CD and then polishes it out to look and function like new. It's great for non-serious scraches (it says that only certain depth scratches can be removed) and other surface imperfections. Works very well. :cool:

    There are two (2) versions. Motorized and the old Hand Crank type. Motorized (electric), is of course more expencive>
     
  5. Nick M

    Nick M Moderator

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    It really helps. Just yesterday, I wanted to rip an red hot chilli peppers cd to mp3 on my HDD, and well, I got it from a friend who said it wouldn't play

    True unenough, EAC couldn't read any of the tracks.

    I used the game doctor on it for 10 minutes, only I have the one where you spin manually, the electric one does a better job, and out of the, I think 14 tracks, instead of being able to rip 0, I ripped all, except one track that wouldn't work.

    From 0 to 13, I think that's quite good, and the CD had horrid scratches.

    A great thing to do if you sell games too, I went to store, said the would give me 14 for the scratched CD, went home, doctored it, and they gave me 22 :)