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- Dec 27, 2001
I have a CDRW with some video files burned on it, but the drive has problems reading it and some of the files won't play. Most of the files actually do play, but about 4 out of the 11 won't. There are some light scratches on the back of the disc... are CDRWs more sensitive to scratches than normal discs? Since some of the files will play, I'm assuming that the affected files reside on the parts of the disc that are more damaged. I don't have any other copies of the clips, so it would be nice to save them if I can. Are there any methods that I can try to fix the disc? I've seen polish that is supposed to work on disc scratches, but I wasn't sure if it would be safe for CDRWs. I haven't really come up with any other ideas, so I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.