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  1. cocoki700 is offline Speed Demon
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    Default hey nodz i got idea for u if u still here

    go to block buster get tdu if they have it take rent it play it for a while when it time to return put ur game in the blockbuster box(if u didnt throw it away wich would have been very dumb)
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  2. Nodz86 is offline ____________
     
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    I would but they have a tendancy to check the discs for scratches and mines is badly scratched by the laser.

    The best one I done was I bought Crackdown From tesco and that same night when I played it my 360 put a laser scratch that was a full 360 degrees round the disc .sS I took it back and said it was like it when I opened it and the women behind the counter said "well I can only give you an exchange" and thats exactly what I wanted. I think me saying it was my brothers birthday present and that he was really upset helped.

  3. FA430RGT is offline Hoods and Alley-ways..
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    I've heard using a wet cloth helps but I'm not sure (like 10&#37 Someone on my friend list told me how to sort those types of scratches out but I've tottally forgotten.. Let me see if I can find out who it was again..
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  4. Baldy is offline Wibble Wobble
       
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    try covering it in toothpaste and then wipe it off after a few minutes, if that doesn't work spray hair conditioner on it, and then let it dry and rinse it off.
    Another insightful post by Baldy!!

    "Life is like a slush puppy, the longer you leave things the more they melt"


  5. Nodz86 is offline ____________
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldred »
    try covering it in toothpaste and then wipe it off after a few minutes, if that doesn't work spray hair conditioner on it, and then let it dry and rinse it off.
    Never heard of them ones before. Do you know if they work?

  6. Baldy is offline Wibble Wobble
       
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    they worked for my friend and for me.
    Another insightful post by Baldy!!

    "Life is like a slush puppy, the longer you leave things the more they melt"


  7. cocoki700 is offline Speed Demon
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    ive already done it for ps2 3 times once with gta vc second with gta sa and third with mafia the game
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  8. Nodz86 is offline ____________
     
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    I'll have to try that then, I'll let you know the outcome.

  9. Nodz86 is offline ____________
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldred »
    try covering it in toothpaste and then wipe it off after a few minutes, if that doesn't work spray hair conditioner on it, and then let it dry and rinse it off.
    Update on the disc just done it, and it works :bananasplit: :bananaskip: :bananajump: :bananadance2: .

    I'm well chuffed as you can tell by the amount of gifs I used. My toothpaste of choice was Colgate Cavity Protection put it on left it for a while then wiped off and the laser scratches went aswell.

    Baldred +rep for that advice
    Last edited by Nodz86; 03/08/07 at 11:34 AM.

  10. Baldy is offline Wibble Wobble
       
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodz86 »
    Update on the disc just done it, and it works :bananasplit: :bananaskip: :bananajump: :bananadance2: .

    I'm well chuffed as you can tell by the amount of gifs I used. My toothpaste of choice was Colgate Cavity Protection put it on left it for a while then wiped off and the laser scratches went as well.

    Baldred +rep for that advice
    Your welcome, you may find you will have to do it again after a few weeks, but once it's been done enough to repair the disc you wont have to do it anymore.
    Another insightful post by Baldy!!

    "Life is like a slush puppy, the longer you leave things the more they melt"


  11. Pherelas is offline I'm Going Slightly mad
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    The toothpaste works really well, I did it with my TDU disk a couple of months ago and still works fine now.
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  12. cocoki700 is offline Speed Demon
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    ok i tried the toothpaste but it made it worse i dont know if i put the toothpaste on for long enough it said (please put game in xbox 360 console) it was already in then i tried conditioner it worked i did 2 or 3 mins and i could get to my garage i took my murci out of garage it worked after 3 blocks it froze... listen mabey i needed more time but tomorrow on tuesday im going to blockbuster rent tdu if they got take ome and switch
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  13. Pherelas is offline I'm Going Slightly mad
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    Paint it with silver paint so they don't notice the scratchs.







    This was a joke, I think that would be a bit of a stupid thing to do.




    Sorry - needed to say somthing stupid after my last serieus post.
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  14. Nodz86 is offline ____________
     
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    What I d0one was put a dollop of tothpaste on each scratch then rubbed it in a circular motion to spread it. then once it had dried washed it of with cold water under a slow running tap. Then once it had dried buffed it to a shine with the cloth you get with the PSP (Or a cloth for cleaning glasses will do).

    Put it in and its worked fine since. Touch wood.

  15. cocoki700 is offline Speed Demon
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    wow after the post i made that it didnt work my dad came home same day and i told him what i did so he said that hed fix it he gave it the old spit shine and it worked better than ever i guess the toothpaste and conditionar needed to be washed off
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